High School

Synopsis: A random drug test coincides with a high school valedictorian's first hit of pot. With his college scholarship at stake, he enlists the school's biggest stoner to help nullify the results of the screening - by getting the entire student body high.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): John Stalberg Jr.
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.8
Metacritic:
31
Rotten Tomatoes:
26%
R
Year:
2010
99 min
$100,000
Website
32 Views

And now, the last finalist,

three-time champion

Charlyne Phuc.

Excuse me.

Ah!

First word:
Logorrhea.

Logorrhea, um...

L- o-g-o-r-r...

w- wait...

Logorrhea...

like diarrhea, but different.

I mean, they're both

kind of like a spray,

but logorrhea,

that's a spray of words

from the mouth, you know?

And, like, diarrhea,

which is also a spray,

but it comes

from a different orifice.

What in the world?

Ugh.

F*ck, am I, like, way off?

There is breaking news tonight

from the State Spelling Bee

Championship

as Morgan High's own

Charlyne Phuc has been arrested

for drug possession.

Phuc has admitted

using marijuana

during her three-time

championship run

in order to assist her mortal mind

in accessing

the dictionary inscribed

in the fabric of the cosmos...

And that no one would have noticed

if she hadrt been so buttstonked.

Shh.

Shut up, Dave.

Sh... shut up, Dave.

# The wind blows cool

across my face... #

Dave, take my weed.

# I can smell the taste,

a trace of lace #

# There's something

sinister in place... #

- Hold his feet.

- I am, Dave.

- Dave, roll that shit.

- I am, Dave.

- Holy...

- F*ck.

Hey, Mom? I got some

MIT scholarship stuff that I filled out.

If you could drop it in the mail,

I'd appreciate it.

Honey,

I clogged the toilet again.

The plunger should be

under the sink.

- Where?

- The back.

- Oh, I... I got it.

- All right, thanks.

- I love you.

- # My mind slips further #

# From what's real #

# Take my hands away

from the steering wheel... #

# I'm crashing,

coming down in waves #

# And wipe the sweat

from upon my face #

# And it's a perfect day

to leave this place... #

- Ooh.

- # It's a perfect day #

# To hide down

in my own home... #

What the f*ck?!

Watch where

the f*ck you step, Henry!

Watch where the f*ck you step!

# It's a perfect day #

# To waste away... #

# Your perfect part to play... #

# Just another perfect day,

but before you know, it's gone... #

# It's a perfect day to waste away #

- # Your perfect part to play... #

- Shit.

# Just another perfect day,

but before you know, it's gone. #

Oh!

Bravo, f*ckers.

"I swallow."

Shut up.

D- Dad. No...

- It won't happen again. I promise.

- I expect you to pay

every last penny

of my deductible.

In the meantime, you can spend

this afternoon in detention.

Yes, sir.

- Come along, Martin.

- Yes, Daddy.

Hey.

Hey, Breaux.

I hit Dr. Gordon because of you.

I shouldn't have to pay

for his car, man.

All right, well, tough shit.

I mean, you're the one who crashed

- into that butthole Gordon.

- To avoid hitting you!

News flash:
Wearing headphones

while driving is against the law.

You know, I don't think I should take

behavior advice from a burner flunky.

- Ouch, dude!

- Yeah, well, why don't you take

your science-fair,

national-scholar status

and cram it up your asshole?

You know, Breaux...

Yeah, thank you.

Way to be a hambro.

It wasrt like I made him crash into

that man-whore's piece-of-shit car.

That's what that scrotum

skin tag Gordon gets

for teaching his fat little clone

how to give a hand job.

Rollir on 12s, son.

Aw, come on.

He's behind you!

What?

What?

You know what

the problem is here, Brandon?

Why our average GPA has dropped

three times in as many years?

Uh, the Internet?

The sticky green.

The cannabis sativa.

The sinsemilla.

Marijuana?

Which is serious stuff.

Dangerous stuff, so I hear.

It's a gateway drug.

Hop-heads like Travis Breaux

have been a thorn on my side

ever since they came here.

That little prick has caused me

more pain than you know.

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