Director John Stalberg Jr.
Music director Harold Faltermeyer
Initial DVD release September 4, 2012 (USA)
Country United States
|Release date January 24, 2010 (2010-01-24) (Sundance)June 1, 2012 (2012-06-01) (United States)|
Writer Erik Linthorst (screenplay), John Stalberg (screenplay), Stephen Susco (screenplay), John Stalberg (story), Erik Linthorst (story)
Cast Adrien Brody (Psycho Ed), Matt Bush (Henry Burke), Sean Marquette (Travis Breaux), Colin Hanks (Brandon Ellis), Michael Chiklis (Dr. Leslie Gordon), Brett Kelly (Martin Gordon)
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Tagline Random drug tests? You just can't study for them.
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High School (also known as HIGH school) is a 2010 American stoner black comedy film starring Adrien Brody. It is the feature-length directorial debut of John Stalberg, Jr.. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was theatrically distributed by Anchor Bay Films on June 1, 2012.
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High school 2010 with sean marquette adrien brody matt bush movie
High school valedictorian-to-be Henry Burke (Matt Bush) takes his first hit of pot with his ex-best friend Travis (Sean Marquette), only to learn that, due to a spelling bee champion's recent use of marijuana, their high school is conducting a drug test where anyone caught under the influence of anything will be expelled. Travis knows of a psychotic drug dealer, known as Psycho Ed (Adrien Brody), who carries an exclusive kind of pot called "kief", and the two boys steal the stash and intend on getting the whole school high, to invalidate the drug test and save Henry's future. But Psycho Ed is right on their trail and so is Dr. Gordon, the school dean.
High School received almost exclusively positive reviews on its film festival circuit, including the Sundance Film Festival and Edinburgh International Film Festival but was delayed by producers for over two years in spite of numerous studio offers to distribute the film. After making changes to the film, music and composed score, the producers finally agreed to release the film through Anchor Bay Films in 2010, garnering mixed reviews with their altered version.
It holds a 27% "Rotten" rating on review site Rotten Tomatoes, based on 52 reviews.
ReferencesHigh School (2010 film) Wikipedia
High School (2010 film) IMDb High School (2010 film) themoviedb.org