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'High School' Trailer (You're Supposed to Emphasize the "High" Part When You Say It)


Hey, this movie really puts the HIGH in HIGH school! It's called High School! It's about marijuana! 4/20! Also, it stars Adrien Brody, The Shield, Tom Hanks's Son, and that kid who refuses to use his mom's AT&T rollover minutes. Four twenty! Here's the trailer--in HIGH quality! Does that make-ya-juana watch?! Weed! (Makers of High School, please use any of these quotes in your marketing materials.)

Note: clicking play will make Adrien Brody say "fuck" a bunch of times as Batman.

Here's a summary, since that video explained nothing:

“Michael Chiklis plays a smarmy high school principal who suddenly institutes a zero-tolerance crusade, introducing mandatory drug tests for all students. Failure of which will result in immediate expulsion. Matt Bush plays a straight-arrow valedictorian named Henry Burke who normally would have nothing to worry about, except he just tried marijuana for the very first time. I’ll let the Sundance description take over: “With his college scholarship hanging in the balance, Burke begrudgingly teams up with charismatic pothead Travis Breaux to do the only thing they can think of to neutralize this threat—get the entire student body stoned.”

(via, thanks to Carter)

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