The Honor List

Synopsis: At the start of high school, Piper, Sophie, Isabella and Honor think they will be best friends forever, so they sink a time capsule in the lake with a list of things they want to do before graduation. By senior year, they have gone their separate ways. Piper has turned into the class clown, party girl who never passes up a drink. Sophie pledges to stay a virgin until she is married and has created a purity app. Isabella is the feminist femme fatale who's the editor of a zine. And Honor is the pride and joy of the community. Her dream of being a professional ballerina is taking off. But when tragedy strikes, the former BFFs must reunite, break open the capsule and complete the pre-graduation bucket list.
103 min


Piper, let Honor drive.

Turn off here. Turn here!

Stop talking!

I can't concentrate.

Oh, my God! We're gonna die!

We're not gonna... We're only

going 10 miles an hour. Relax.

Relax? We'll all be dead,

so it won't even matter.

- Stop screaming!

- Just pull over.


- Piper, just pull over.




Well, that was a total fail.

We missed the sunset.


this is all your fault.

What? Me?

We could have died.

How are we getting home?

We are not driving

down that hill.

- Hitchhike?


Do you want us to end up

dead on the side of the road,

cut into pieces?

Because that's

what happens to hitchers.

Oh, relax.

It's L.A. County, not Tijuana.

I'd pay money to see your face

on the back of a milk carton.

"Missing... Sophie Stephens."

- I'll do something to your...

- Oh, just try.

I knew we should

have stayed at home


- and watched "Vampire Diaries."

Vampires are so boring.

Oh, please. I remember

when you were Team Edward,

and don't even,

because I have the photos.

You told me that you were only

gonna use that

for your scrapbook.

We've got all

the time in the world

We've got all the time

in the world

So for how many years

have we wanted to say

That we've said it all,

there's nothing left to say?

And for how many years

have we wanted to live?

Now we've lived it all,

and everything's okay

- Yeah, it's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

- It's okay

Oh oh oh, oh oh, oh oh

Don't hold back, here we go

We've got all the time,

we will carry each other

Oh oh oh, oh oh, oh oh

I will never let you go

I'm right here for you

more than you will ever know





Back about 200,

maybe 350 years ago,

this entire ridge

was covered with water.

You see that slow,

gradual slope there.

As it comes around, there's...



- You

And I don't know

why I'm not listening

You're whispering


And now it's been too long

And you're far from gone

You're far from gone

So why do you

keep wandering

Inside my lonely head?

And why do I keep suffering

When all my friends

said life goes on?

Why do you keep wandering

inside my lonely bed?

And why do I

keep surrendering

When all my friends

said I'll move on?

I don't know why,

don't know why

Maybe I, maybe I made a lie

'Cause I don't

wanna die alone

No, I don't wanna die alone

I don't know why,

don't know why

Maybe I,

maybe I made a lie...

What's the scoop this issue?

Carcinogens in tampons?


Did I say

that you could come in?

We're having breakfast.

Want some?

Eat with those two?

No, thanks.

Mom and Dad

seem like they're getting along.

Like the United States

and China?


it's gonna be okay.

You live 10 miles away

at college,

and you're never here,

so what do you know?

I was talking about today.

It can seem so cruel

when someone as talented,

beautiful, and smart as Honor

is taken from us.

Man, she had it all.

She was looking forward

to her scholarship

at the Royal Ballet School

in London next year.

But Honor knew the future

was not guaranteed.

Because of her heart condition,

Honor lived every day

to the fullest.

So today, join me in remembering

the wonderful young woman

that was Honor Liang.

Let us pray.

Lord, we pray

for those who mourn,

parents and children,

friends and neighbors.

Have you seen Piper?

- Be gentle with them...

- No.

in their grief.

Spare them the torment

of guilt and despair.


Be with them...

...of our risen Savior,

Jesus Christ, our Lord.




What if Honor died a virgin?

You know,

I never thought about that.

You think she was?

I don't know.


You were in my history class

first year.

Sophie, right?

I'm... I'm Aaron.

You invented

the Worth the Wait app, right?


So, what, does it, like,

send you a warning message

or something

before you, you know,

send a sexy message?

(SIGHS) That's correct. Yeah.




Honor's favorite things,

they'll be burned with her.


Hi, Mrs. Walker, Mr. Walker.

Piper. It's nice to see you,

despite the circumstances.

Excuse me.

Sorry they're

still so weird around you.

It's okay.

How are you otherwise?

You... You look really good.


Thanks, but I'm

just gonna ignore the fact

that you're flirting with me

at Honor's wake.

And, uh, I won't mention

what's in your cup.

Oh, no.

It's not what you think.

Um, I'm gonna go talk

to Mrs. Liang.

Mrs. Liang.

Mrs. Liang.



How was the funeral?

What do you think?

It was a blast.

The eulogy from Honor's dad

was very moving.

It was great to see

so many people turn out.

Everything was really nice.

Can't wait

to have a nice funeral.

Well, you're about

as depressing as one.

At least I was there.

Where were you?

Couldn't find

the right Jimmy Choos?

Funerals aren't

cool enough for you?


What is wrong with you guys?

Our best friend died,

our best friend back

when we were all best friends!


It'll be like

we're having one with her.

You know,

these are Honor's cigarettes.

I found them under her bed.

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