F*&% the Prom (2017)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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On the first day of high school, two friends split before reconnecting three years later to sabotage prom.


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  • Madelaine Petsch in F*&% the Prom (2017)
  • Danielle Campbell in F*&% the Prom (2017)
  • Meg DeLacy in F*&% the Prom (2017)
  • Danielle Campbell in F*&% the Prom (2017)

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14 December 2017 | nmgtheo
5
| First act is cheesy, second act is cliche, third act is creative
F the Prom is a very interesting movie indeed. It is the first full-length movie from Fine Brothers Entertainment. The Fine brothers do work mainly on YouTube, and it shows in this movie. A lot of the cinematography of this movie remind me of YouTube videos, especially during the cheesy first act. Once you get through the cheese of the first act and the cliche of the second act, we arrive at the third act. This is where the movie really shines. There are unexpected twists and turns that, I think, make this movie unique. However, my main gripe with this show is how the adults are portrayed. I can only remember 6 adults characters in this movie. Three are parental characters, who are portrayed as unintelligent or otherwise bad parents. One gets an redemption arc of sorts, which was, in my mind, unearned. Two are teachers, both of which are portrayed in ways that make them extremely unqualified to teach. One doesn't care, and the other, in a flashback, laughs along with bullies at a student. Perhaps the worst character in this movie is the principal. In any reality, she would be fired from her job almost immediately. Her daily addresses to students are often condescending and inappropriate. Her character often broke the suspension of disbelief I had when watching this film.

TL;DR: Stay around until the end. Decide for yourself.

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