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High SchoolThe day after high-school senior Henry Burke smokes his very first joint, his principal institutes a mandatory drug test for all students. The situation causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 99 minQuality: HDRelease: 2010IMDb: 5.9
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John Stalberg Jr.
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John Stalberg Jr.
Critic Reviews of "High School"
Globe and MailJune 08, 2012
A stoner comedy with a slightly musty vintage aroma.
Toronto StarJune 07, 2012
High School sucks harder than it blows.
Newark Star-LedgerJune 01, 2012
If it ever opens at a theater near you, remember: Just say no.
New York PostJune 01, 2012
I'm betting director John Stalberg Jr. also debated calling it "Bake Sale," revolving as it does around the mass-dosing of the student body with pot brownies.
NewsdayJune 01, 2012
The only good news for everyone involved: The worst moment in your career is surely behind you.
Detroit NewsJune 01, 2012
It's a bit crude, a lot illogical and you might have to be in a certain state of mind to enjoy a film this silly.
IGN DVDSeptember 26, 2012
High School definitely won't be everyone's flavor of pot comedy, but it's certainly a fun trip and a clever spin on the genre.
CraveOnlineAugust 25, 2012
Surprisingly solid and funny... It's rare for a stoner comedy to have so much ambition.
Shared DarknessJuly 06, 2012
A hot mess whose sub-par direction mostly neutralizes its fantastic comedic premise. High School is a willfully 'stupid' stoner comedy, yes, but it also illustrates the gap between stupid done right and merely indulged too far.
CinemaBlend.comJune 14, 2012
HIGH School isn't exactly Harold and Kumar-level genius, but it is worth the legal risk.
The Scorecard ReviewJune 13, 2012
After an amusing start, this film seems to forget it's a pot comedy.
BrianOrndorf.comJune 13, 2012
While the movie is insistently unfunny, it's almost tragic how badly director John Stalberg Jr. fumbles the potential for a wacked-out farce, refusing to let loose with the boys as they scramble to maintain order.
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