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After hooking up with a series of guys at a house party, April is the talk of her high school. Her best friend Michelle, envious all of April’s attention, decides to try and follow in her footsteps and become more sexually foreword. At the same time, their mutual friend Caroline has become so infatuated with her older, abusive boyfriend Ryan (Corey Feldman) that she doesn’t realize he’s just using her. All the while, John, sexually-obsessed yet entirely inexperienced, spends the week informing his two best friends, Colin – April’s repressed and confused brother and Tyler – the subject of Michelle’s crush – about obscure sexual urban legends he reads about online, that just somehow end up managing to come true. Throw in the naïve principal, Dr. Jordan (Brian O’Halloran) – who also happens to be Michelle’s father – and Mr. Kimbal (Bronson Pinchot), a chemistry teacher trying desperately to dodge repeated seduction attempts from his students, and you’ve got a situation that can only be described as one giant clusterfuck!
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Best known for his work in such films as The Goonies (produced by Steven Spielberg), Academy Award nominated Stand By Me directed by Rob Reiner, and The ‘Burbs which also starred Tom Hanks and Carrie Fisher, Corey’s additional credits include roles in The Gremlins, The Lost Boys, License To Drive, Dream A Little Dream, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star and guest appearances on shows including Cheers, Married With Children, Howard Stern, and Larry King Live. The second season of his show The Two Coreys recently aired on A&E and in 2008 he starred in the Warner Brothers sequel The Lost Boys: The Tribe.
Brian is best known for playing the starring role of Dante Hicks in Kevin Smith’s indie-cult breakout hit Clerks and then again in Clerks II. He has also acted alongside Ben Affleck, Jason Lee, and Rosario Dawson in films including Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Vulgar, Dogma, and Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back. Brian has also appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, recently starred in the mockumentary Brutal Massacre: A Comedy, and acted alongside John Leguizamo in M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller The Happening.
Bronson is most widely known for his starring role of Balki on the ABC sitcom Perfect Strangers. He has also emerged as a notable character actor playing memorable roles in Risky Business alongside Tom Cruise, with Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop, and with Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette in True Romance (written by Quentin Tarantino). Bronson’s other credits include Courage Under Fire, The First Wives Club, After Hours, Second Best (an independent film starring Joe Pantoliano), and appearances on shows including Saturday Night Live, Step By Step, 3rd Rock From The Sun, and Law & Order.
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