F*&% the Prom

Synopsis: Maddy and Cole were inseparable friends until high school started and Maddy became the most popular girl on campus. When she starts feeling lonely and heartbroken, she reconnects with Cole and the duo conspire to destroy the ultimate teen popularity contest - the Prom.
Genre: Comedy
92 min

[Ken] Dude,

first day of high school.

Oh, you are so lucky.

What I'd give to go back

and do it all again,

exactly the same way.

Star quarterback,

- prom king...

- Prom king.


Class vice-president.

All the glory, none of

the responsibility.

I know, Dad. I've heard it

a thousand times.

Remember what I told you.

Be popular.

It's the best.

Check. Whatever.

Don't forget that.


See you tonight.

[upbeat music playing]


As I'll ever be.

[Ken] Cole.

Stop trying to peek at

Maddy's nipples.

Oh, my God! Dad!

[sighs] Sorry about that.

He doesn't know

he's an adult.


You wanna race?

Nah. Not today.

Afraid you'll lose?


Yeah, you're right.

'Cause I mean, boys are just

so much faster and stronger.

And total suckers.

Thanks for the headstart.

Oh, shit.

Incoming freshman

Maddy Dadner

is on point to finally beat

her arch rival Cole Reed.

And the crowd goes wild.

I don't want people to think

I'm a loser.

Worse case

you always have me.

At school and next door.

- True.

- Oh, hey. Hold on.

[Maddy] Whoa!


But, uh, do you really think

high school's gonna be

all that different

from middle school?

Probably not.

It's all the same kids we've

known since kindergarten.

How much could people really

change in three months?

Go on, I'll meet you

at class.

Oh, okay.

What's up, bro!

[students laughing]

[girl] Look at those

tighty whiteys.

Nice to meet you, tiny.

Guess who got

a new nickname.

[school bell ringing]


What's up, Tighty?

Ooh, Tighty.

Fantastic, baby.

Keeping it clean, Tighty?

[girl] Hey, Tighty.

You think you're fooling people

with those headphones,

but I know you've been

listening and keeping track

of how many times

you've been called Tighty,

because you're totally lame and

obsessed with your shitty nickname.

Good morning, City.

The only thing

"good" about this morning

is that it's one day closer

to graduation.

Oh, no.

You are an inspiration.

The M&Ms are goddesses.

The M&Ms are called that because their

first names are Maddy and Marissa,

which starts with an "M".

Sup, Stuffs?

Come on, Maddy. G2G.

It's Stufts, with a "T".

Not "stuffs".

Why do you even

try anymore.

You know they don't

listen to you.

It's the principle

of the thing.

[inspiring music]

Principal Statszill here.

Welcoming all you

sexy young things

back from spring break.

Prom is just

around the corner.

Don't wait to find a date.

The last thing you want is to squander

the greatest night of your young life

on some third tier loser

from AP Cal.

So consider this your

official "save the date"

for May 17th,

the night of the big "P".

Prom, that is.

Good day.

[inspiring music]

Alrighty, then.

Group study time.

Pair up, pair, up, pair up.

Tig. [coughs]

[students] Tig. Tig.

[students fake coughing]

Eat a bowl of dicks!

Could you please focus on

something other than

making your peers

hate themselves?

Now go ahead and

take out your phones

and use them in ways your parents

and I will never understand.

Well, what do we have...

Come on!

You can't hide your drawings

from me forever.

Only until they're finished.

When's that? 2047?

May 17th.

The art school I've applied to

is hosting a gallery night,

and that's where I'll

show my drawings.

That is the best

news ever.

Thank you for officially giving

me a reason to miss prom.

Hey, guess what I'm doing

on May 17th.

Um, nobody cares.

I'm going to Cole's art show

and everyone else

can suck it.


Oh. What do we have here?

Cole on Instagram.

And where is he at?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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