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Timothy Dunphy (Shawn Hatosy, Alpha Dog) has a full-blown attraction to trouble. Everything changes though when he crashes into a parked police car, prompting his loud mouthed old man (Alec Baldwin, TV's 30 Rock) to ship him from their blue-collar town to a snobbish prep school. Even though he's out of place, outclassed and seriously outnumbered, nothing could have prepared Tim's new classmates for him. Also featuring Amy Smart (Crank: High Voltage) and George Wendt (TV's Cheers), this acclaimed hit brings you more of the sidesplitting laughs you expect from a Farrelly Brothers comedy!
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If you don't LOL at the CLASSIC SCENE where the Dean of the prep school reads Drugs Delaney's stoner letter aloud in his office to Dildo, there's something wrong with you. The P.S. should put you over the edge. LOL!
"Mr. Dunphy, do you have a friend called Drugs?"
"How many individuals named Drugs could you possibly associate with?"
You gotta see this one!
It's a feel good story about young people, and having to live with the consequences for their decisions. It's a fun story with a lot of laughs. Enjoy!
The movie is great. Anyone that likes movies about a small town with high school age kids having fun and getting into trouble ("coming of age") will like this movie. Its not silly with dumbasses doing stupid things. It's actually rather serious toned with funny things that happen to the people. Alec Baldwin is GREAT in this movie!!! I think this is my favorite character of his. (I liked him in Along Came Polly, too) Amy Smart is always hot and she plays the girl next door the best! I don't want to give the plot away, but its a great story... kind of a slow moving one, but fun. Basically a typical under-educated high school boy who typically causes his share of trouble, gets sent to a private school. He meets some friends and a girl. That's about all you need to know. There are good Rhode Island accents used and lots of very famous actors that play very small roles.
As for the DVD... it showed up very quickly and it was in perfect condition. I have no complaints or issues with the seller or the product. It plays in every machine I have ever put it in.