When you talk about financial budget and those term, but its rich on youth culture, and the most charming cuties and cutes that charms you into reminiscens how much better and easier place the world was when i was a teenager. the social code book is like an enigma-code to me, and thats because im old and doesnt nearly have anything to do with my grumpiness, just say that i used to be a charmer once upon a time ( just ask my grumpy old wife), not sexually( i was a pretty grown up chlorinated virgin) but otherwise just as partychasing and alcohol hungry as these kids on the uniblock. also the use of emoji's are to me completely oblivious, even though i know what xx means, and my knowledge and lack of use of social media platforms are merely obsolete, even though ive got a facebook site thread over my head by my wife so that she can send me photoes of our granddaughter that plings every time i enter the internet. well its no extravaganca story, this flick, but it reaches out to an old man, the 3 main female actors do a fine job where i will praise their nonverbal acting, which is well performed. the story is mostly like all cellphone in hischool/college hand, where the nerdy, needy, quinie and birdie's final goal isnt the finals, but to become crushed and loose ones virginity. productionwise the editing are great, the spirits high and the musical score well chosen and typical of today.also the transmissive use of music style do show the spirits of very well. even though i think i saw a mike the overall product is good do put your '' stumbling'' acting and ''cheesy''-story glasses on and enjoy, its a humble, charming and makes you giggle'ish kind of movie, made on a buck, they deserve attention, therefore a recommend from the, still, grumpy old man.
Three college freshmen chase their crushes the last night of school before summer break. But bad decisions and long-kept secrets jeopardize the trust between best friends.
August 12, 2020