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#Realityhigh (2017)

#Realityhigh (2017)

Nesta CooperKeith PowersAlicia SanzJake Borelli
Fernando Lebrija


#Realityhigh (2017) is a English movie. Fernando Lebrija has directed this movie. Nesta Cooper,Keith Powers,Alicia Sanz,Jake Borelli are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. #Realityhigh (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

High-achieving high-school senior Dani Barnes dreams of getting into UC Davis, the world's top veterinary school. Then a glamorous new friend draws her into a Southern California scene that threatens everything she's worked for.

#Realityhigh (2017) Reviews

  • Another stereotypical-enforcing piece of junk


    First, I have to say this is the first time I've given a grade under 5 to a movie on IMDb. I'd give it even less than one star if I could. Why I did that? Because I'm sick of movies showing the same type of stereotypes presented in 90% of teenage movies: 1. Stereotype no. 1: the pretty girl absolutely has to be mean. Like being mean is reserved only to pretty girls... At least they didn't make her blond and dumb anymore (usually she's that as well); 2. Stereotype no. 2: the protagonist absolutely has to be this humble, plain, naive, good-hearted, boring, no-personality person who wants to help her society more than anything else. I guess I should be thankful she's wasn't a modern-day Virgin Mary (I know, that's blasphemous); 3. Stereotype no. 3: the antagonist (namely the pretty, mean girl) loses. That always happens in movies like this one and, to be honest, by now it has become really boring. Not to mention that it's completely unimaginative. Even the lines are pretty much the same I've seen countless other similar movies. Movies like this one do nothing but harm, especially since it repeats the above described stereotypes over and over again.

  • Cringe


    It was so cringe I had to pause and contain myself at times. Terrible movie.

  • Tries to be mean girls, fails


    It's your regular over the top, run of the mill young people movie. It tries very hard to be Mean Girls 2017 edition, and it fails spectacularly. There is some warmth in it, but not enough to buy it. It's like a TV- movie about (cyber)bullying that also wants to be a comedy. The balance is off. The actors aren't bad, but also not fantastic. It was OK,fine - but that was all it was.

  • Couldn't wait till it was over!


    Corny, but not in a funny or good way. Predictable with a terrible story line and annoyingly clique characters. Time I am never going to get back. The best part of the whole movie was the cute little sister, but unfortunately she wasn't in it much. I literally had one 5 second laugh in the whole movie.

  • #RealityHigh leaves you with the impression that Netflix might be back to focusing on quantity over quality when it comes to their releases.


    Highlights Black Love It's increasingly rare for a Black character's parents to not be interracial or for them to not pursue an interracial relationship. Which isn't to imply I have anything against those who are in or pursue such. More so, it has usually come at the cost of getting to see Black Love and all of its delights. So with seeing Dani's parents being Black and she attracted to the Black guy over Duckie, I mean Freddie, it warmed my heart a little bit. For despite culture not being written into either Dani and Cameron's characters, just seeing the rare depiction of two Black "teens" together was nice. Criticism Dani's 180-degree Turn Can someone explain how Dani goes from someone who is focused and perhaps introverted to someone who would get drunk at school? I get there is supposed to be this weak reasoning about how popularity played a hand, but am I supposed to take that seriously? This does claim to be a comedy. Yet, being that Dani just quickly becomes self-absorbed and a bit of an ass, it really makes me wonder if I missed something? Yeah, Dani notes she was jealous of Alexa's life but how does that lead to a character who was trying to use social media to support the animal shelter she works at to being egocentric and ruining all she has ever worked for? I mean, we are led to believe Dani is a smart girl, right? Surely, someone who has tortured her consistently for years suddenly coming to her house talking about being friends has to raise a red flag right? Especially after you started dating their ex. It could be perhaps I've seen too many movies similar to this, but come on! It's Just a Sorry Excuse For A Comedy #RealityHigh reminds me of the sad attempt that was Death Note to represent what it is like to be a teenager. Something just feels off, condescending, and out of touch about how everyone is written. Even if you are supposed to look at it through the lens of this being a comedy. Take Broussard (Peter Gilroy) for instance. He clearly is supposed to be a comedic character but it just never clicked who is he supposed to be funny to? I don't believe my sense of humor is mature so shouldn't jokes about the principal's last name be funny? Shouldn't Broussard's antics make me laugh vs. make me roll my eyes? Could it be I have finally become an adult?! Nope, it is just between being cringey and so bad you can't even call it campy, those tasked with making the film funny try too hard or not enough. Making the writing, and their performances, seem like something they should be embarrassed about. Especially John Michael Higgins as Principal Dixon. Though, similar to Eugene Levy, arguably he doesn't seem that choosy when he picks roles. He just so happens to luck into a good one every dozen or so. Last Minute Inclusion of a Gay Couple Similar to Paranorman, a character we are given the total impression that they are straight, are discovered to be gay. Which I'm only criticizing since it was done for shock value, if not a joke. Which, with it being 2017, it makes me hope that one day, we will do better. On The Fence The Little People Be it Shannon (Michael Provost) and Holly (Anne Winters), Freddie to a certain degree, among the rest of the supporting cast, there are times you really do want to invest in them. However, in the case of Freddie, you are giving a severely watered down version of Duckie from Pretty in Pink. Then, with everyone else, it really seems #RealityHigh only wants to go so far to show how complacent people get about bullies when they aren't the one being teased or harassed. Which is a shame for, at least when it comes to Shannon and Holly, there is a cute romance and story there. However, sadly they are barely given enough screen time for it to have some oomph. Overall: Negative (Skip It) Cameron and Dani's relationship is cute, but that's about it. Dani's transformation into an Alexa type does not click as something that can or should make sense what so ever. Add on a lot of moments which seem like they should have been funny fall flat, and it leaves you with the impression that Netflix might be back to focusing on quantity over quality.


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