Clark (Daryl Sabara) has planned the perfect prom for his girlfriend Sharon. His plans are hijacked when Sharon invites her two best girlfriends, Neve (Chloe Bridges) and Heather (Haley ...
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Clark (Daryl Sabara) has planned the perfect prom for his girlfriend Sharon. His plans are hijacked when Sharon invites her two best girlfriends, Neve (Chloe Bridges) and Heather (Haley Ramm), and their dates along on the perfect evening, but things only get worse. When all three are deserted by their dates at the beginning of prom, the trio go back out to their limo, where the driver has cleaned out the mini bar and takes them on a wild ride that lands them in a holding cell and ends with them crashing another school's prom. Along the way, they're held at gunpoint in the woods by Satanists, make a few discoveries about their respective dates, and end up having the best prom ever after all.Written by
It's prom night. Heather Spencer (Haley Ramm), Clark Peterson (Daryl Sabara), and Neve Spirnak (Chloe Bridges) are put in jail as Clark tries to recount the night. Sharon Waltershied (Angela Trimbur) is the bitchy girl that Clark is trying to impress. He's taking a limo to prom. Sharon brings along best friend Neve and perfectionist good girl Heather. Heather brings bad boy Colin O'Flaherty (Nathan Keyes) and Neve is bringing Justin (Zac Waggener). Then Sharon bails on Clark. Both Colin and Justin are disappointments. The 3 kids leave prom in disgust.
This is bad but not necessarily the worst. It revels in its cheesy humor and its stupidity. That saves this from completely crashing and burning. If any, it doesn't take it far enough. Rather than campy, this is more boring than anything else. That is its biggest sin. It's not bad enough to be campy although it does try. Having a gimp and a girl with deer head comes close. I laughed when the guy held the girl at fork point. It needed more of those moments.
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