Full Of It

Synopsis: A young kid is forced to live out the lies he told to become popular.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Christian Charles
Production: New Line Cinema
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

. We come on the sloop John B.

. My grandfather and me.

. Around Nassau town we did roam.

. Drinkin' all night.

. Got into a fight.

. Oh, yeah.

. Well, I feel so broke up.

. I wanna go home.

. So hoist up the John B's sail.

. Hoist up the John B's sail.

. See how the mainsail sets.

. Call for the captain ashore.

. Let me go home.

. Let me go home.

. I wanna go home.

. Yeah, yeah.

. Well, I feel so broke up.

. I wanna go home.

. De de.

. De de de.

. The first mate he got drunk.

. Fell in the captain's trunk.

. Doo doo doo doooo.

. The constable had to come and take him away.

. Sheriff John Stone.

. Why don't you leave me alone?.

Yeah yeah.

. Well, I feel so broke up.

. I wanna go home.

Ha ha ha!

Hey, you're not nervous, are you?

A little.

Oh, Sam!

You're a kind, caring, responsible young man.

And I know that if you just be yourself...

Everyone's gonna end up loving you as much as we do.

And that is a whole heck of a lot!


Love you, buddy.


I love you guys, too.


Yeah, man, short is the new tall!

Are you sure he's a senior?

Nice haircut.

Thanks. M-My mom cuts it.

You must be Sam Leonard!

Yes. - I'm Principal Hayes.

But if you prefer to call me Marcus...

that's perfectly all right with me.

Thanks. Thanks, Marcus.

Come on, I'll walk you to your locker.

I just want you to know what a pleasure it is...

to have you joining our student body for your senior year.

I'm-well-I-I'm glad to be here too, sir.

Great! Really great!

Of course, your parents have already informed me...

that you're in the running for the Math Association scholarship.

That's quite an accomplishment.

Well-I-I haven't won anything yet but-

but thank you.

This is your locker. It's one of my favorites.

This... is your welcome package.

Go Possums!

Sam, you have a great first day!

Hey, Jack!

Those are fantastic new sneakers you have on.

What is that you were humming?

Oh, it-it was nothing.

No, I liked it, what was it?

Uh, Sloop John B by The Beach Boys.

Shhh! - Who?

Uh, they were pioneers of surf music back in the '60s.

Oh. Can you sing that song you were humming...

so I can see if I know it?

Well-well... all right.


. So hoist up the John B's sail.

. See how the mainsails set.

. Call for the captain ashoooore.

. Let me go home.

You know it? - No, no, keep going.

. I wanna go home.

. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

. De de de de de de.

. De de de.

They can't hear you, little man!

I... I don't know the rest.

You gotta toughen up, newbie.

And... I would have gone with...

something more like Surfin' USA...

or Little Deuce Coupe.

All right, let's hit the showers.

Hey, hold on. Who's uh... Sam Leonard?

I got your parents' note...

and wearing your bathing suit in the shower is fine.

Thank you, sir.

You need a note to get out of gym.

Uh... no.


Actually, I was... just looking for a little guidance.

What exactly does that have to do with me?

Aren't you a guidance counselor?

Oh, yeah. I'm sorry. Have a seat, buddy.

Don't drop anything.

"Why don't you tell me a little bit about your problem, name?"

Today was my first day here...

and-and I thought this school might be different...

but I'm already getting absolutely killed.

"Life isn't a sprint, it's a marathon. "

Oo, well... uh, right.

I start out being myself, you know?

I- I try being friendly and nice...

but... clearly I'm doing something wrong.

I believe it was Thomas Jefferson that once said...

"Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom. "

Come on, man! I need some real help here.

This is my senior year, you know.

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Jon Lucas

Jonathan Lucas (born October 29, 1975) is an American film director and screenwriter. He is best known for his collaborative work with Scott Moore, which includes The Hangover, 21 & Over and Bad Moms. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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