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I hate Disney for stuffing this film with the most idiotic stereotypes and being proud of it. This film is so unoriginal and boring that it makes me angry. The sad part is that the actors in the film are not bad at all, they jus thave to work with a very s***ty script and bad dialogue. I wish those kids well in Hollywood and i bet I will see couple of them sooner or later in better films. The whole film is pretty much ridiculous and i was already going into it with low expectations. In the first ten minutes of the film i knew how it will end and what “twist” it will have. Overall, I do not recommend seeing it in the theaters.
This is a teen flick that is directed by Joe Nussbaum and stars Aimee Teegarden, Thomas McDonell and DeVaughn Nixon. This film fits the definition of mediocre, it is very very boring and has no original thought throughout the entire film. The movie has the funniest high school stereotypes that are too ridiculous to mention. The actors in the film are alright, given that they did not have much to work with. I have to say that the soundtrack in the film is amazing and that is the only good thing i have to say about this film.
I hated prom. It was overpriced, had bad food, and forced me to hang out with people I couldn't wait to get away from. So why, WHY, would I want to spend $14 to relive that moment again? That's the exact question I asked myself as I watched Disney's Prom. The Disney part of the title might be more important than the Prom part, because this is a watered down version of prom (you won't find the guy looking to lose his virginity or the prom queen high on mushrooms here). It's American Pie without the sex. Which makes you wonder what's so important to these people about their prom if that's the case.
You get all of your normal stereotypes here: the type-A personality organizer who has been waiting forever for that one "perfect" night, the dork, the couple heading in different directions, the brooding loner. Let's face it, you can see what happens in your head, and would probably have done a better job on the script than screenwriter Katie Wech. It's dialogue that sounds like it was written by a teenager, with absolutely no depth. The cast is no one I've ever heard of, and while they're fine, there's not much to work with here. Director Joe Nussbaum has not sense of comedic timing, which is good, because there is not comedy in the script. Just like prom, it's a bunch of build up and a huge let down.
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