A group of teenagers find their lives intersecting and their futures taking shape as they prepare for the most pivotal event of their high school careers. At first Nova Prescott (Aimee Teegarden) is infuriated at a classmate (Thomas McDonell) who nearly destroys her plans for prom. But the closer the big day gets, the more she realizes that he may be the perfect date. Meanwhile, secretive seniors Tyler (De'Vaughn Nixon) and Mei (Yin Chang) wrestle with their consciences over how to make the most of their big night as the rest of their classmates attempt to reconcile their explosive anticipation with their growing uncertainty over how the dance will ultimately pan out. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
WOW!!! WHO would rent this title AND not expect this theme???? A mix of different type kids with the same problems we all had leading up to HS grad.since when ever,and that is where some of us can identify with some of the characters.Not the most unique plot but I understand the pressures,stereo types,shyness,some tear jerking moments,and that's what the producers wanted the audience to appreciate. As another reviewer said lighten up and enjoy for what it is,one look at the cover picture and you should KNOW.
This is a good clean teen movie and age-appropriate. Disney did a good job showing that teen movies don't have to be all about sexual encounters and drugs. Sometimes a kid's only worry should be about prom.
Some of you need to lighten up....sure, it was the ususal teeny bopper movie, but at least it was clean, without all the drug and sexual inuendo's you see in so many teen movies these days. It was a cute movie, and I give it a thumbs up.
It was a cute movie, with some interesting characters and storylines. Other characters kind of dragged, and there was too many things going on at once. The lead actress, Aimee Teegarden, was good and kind of the best part of the movie. Not anything spectacular, but worth watching.