Shane Dawson dives into the mind of one of YouTube's most controversial vloggers, Jake Paul. After weeks of deep investigation and educating himself on the lifestyle of Paul, Shane jumps ... See full summary »
A group of former high school students come back home for Thanksgiving. During the few days back they undertake things like partying, relationships, and reconnecting with family. The teenagers experience how to let go of high school and move on with their lives.Written by
Anyone giving this anything higher than a 3 is either -14 yrs old, family/friends of his or lying through their teeth because they're a fan. It is poorly directed, even more poorly acted (with the exceptions of the 2 lead female roles), awkwardly unfunny (using another reviewers term) and highly offensive...and I'm not sensitive.
There is nothing creative or witty about it. It is an epic fail...and if it wins this contest it will speak volumes negatively of the fans that Shane Dawson has and their character. I truly can't begin to understand how anyone could even stomach it, let alone like the movie.
This movie is trash...nothing more. It is of the quality you'd expect from some teenagers making a home movie in their parents' house....But with really good equipment. I wish I could've given it a "0".I only watched it all to accurately participate in "The Chair" contest...and knew within 2 minutes I hated it...But, rules forced me to watch if I wanted to participate.
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