Nora (Zoey Deutch), Andy (Nicholas Braun), Lion (Mateo Arias), and
Spice (Israel Broussard) are best friends since childhood. They are
unflinchingly good kids in the poor side of the resort town and headed
for good colleges. They refused to party or do anything bad. Lion
teaches martial arts to little kids. One of his students invites him to
her birthday party on the rich side of town where they've never been.
The group of townie friends decide to go partying and do all the bad
things that they missed.
This is a promising premise but newcomer Chris McCoy is unable to deliver on the hard-partying fun. The premise is built to be an one-crazy-night movie. Instead, it's all stretched out and it rambles around. There are some rom-com ideas but they're slapped together haphazardly. Although, it does lead to a surprisingly great friendzone conversation. The characters and actors are perfectly nice. Braun has his great lanky awkwardness. Zoey Deutch could do more awkwardness to help her character. The other two have less to do. They're all nice but this is nothing special or anything that funny.
Four high school students look to redefine themselves after graduation.
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