Bad Night

Synopsis: When Kate and Abby are mistaken for famous art thieves, their fun night out quickly goes from good to bad.
Production: GRB Entertainment Inc.
  1 nomination.
92 min


Attracted to

the spark before the flame

Is it any wonder

That it all turns

out the same?

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

Ooh, ooh, ooh

I've fallen for it all

Before you came


Just started, I'm done

You're here, but I'm gone

There's no other way

Even when the rush is gone

Even when the stardust

turns to dawn

Will you still be

holding on

With white knuckles,

white knuckles?

Crazy night?


Are you mad at me?


You ready for this?

Yeah. Let's do it.

I just want to go home.

That was it?

They make it look so much better

in the movies.

They make losing your

virginity look better

in the movies, too.

Movies are full of sh...

Good morning, Lake Arrowhead.

Today's forecast calls

for highs in the upper 80s

and lows in the mid-70s.

A great day to get out

and enjoy some sunshine.

- I love you.

- I love you more.

I love our love.

My God!

I hate this field trip already.

Why aren't you

a hot chick, too, bro?


Shut up, Chad.

And can you please stop

making out with my sister

in front of me?

I'm sorry that this bothers you

and that she happens

to be your sister.

Eww, eww, eww, eww.

It's 7 a.m.

What's wrong with you?

This entire school

is riddled with STDs.

OK. Listen up, everybody.

Today is

an important day for me.

We are going on a field trip

to see

one of my favorite

artists' work... Pablo Picasso.

He is just simply

one of the best,

second only in my opinion

to Anne Geddes.

Love her photographs

of little babies

in pumpkin patches.

So I don't want anyone

breaking any of my rules,

and if one person breaks a rule,

then every single one of you

will fail.

Let's have an awesome day.

We're missing two people.

Where are they?

OK. You got everything

you need?

Yes, sir. Packed a lunch,

got my notebook,

bottle of water,

two trail mix bars,

phone charged, ready to go.

Heh heh. You are your

father's daughter.

OK. Serious. Please, please,

please be careful down there.

I know what happens at these

spring break trips, OK?

Dad, I already told you.

This isn't a spring break trip.

It's a field trip

for Miss Goldstein's

art history class.

You get extra credit if you go.

You are a straight-A

student, Abby.

OK. How about you,

me, your brothers,

we do a little deer hunting

this weekend?

We play a little poker?

Sounds fun, but I don't know.

I actually like

going to see museums.

Plus, I don't need extra credit,

but Kate needs it to

graduate in time.

You're a good friend.

OK. Please, please behave, OK?

And let's face it.

There's something

about you and Kate, OK?

Kate can get you in trouble.

Why would you trust technology

over someone who knows

what they're doing?

This thing's connected to

a billion-dollar satellite

that updates it

every single second.

- It knows what it's doing.

- I don't think so.

I'm sorry, Kate.

Yeah, I'm sorry

we've ruined your life.

Look. We're here.


Thanks for the ride, guys.

Have a great field trip.

Y-you know what?

Um, there is

actually something that

your father and I wanted

to talk to you about.

Can it wait until tonight?


No. We should do it now.

Is this about the divorce?

No, it's...

The other... yeah.

All right. This is... this

will only take a second.

Morning, guys!

Who's excited to see

some art museums?

I'm excited to go back to sleep

once that bus gets here.

Museums are just man's

pathetic attempt to

document our meaningless

existence on this planet.

Dude, come on!

Can you please not start

with this nonsense?

It's 7 a.m. Jesus!

Our love isn't

meaningless, baby.

No, it's not.

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