Just about everything in this film was just great, and by great, I mean about 10 times better then anything i'v used to. The acting was great, (specially the main woman actor, not much roles, but Damn she can do it). The plot was just great, not anything like usually is in comedy films... This movie is definitely a Feel a Good Movie... The film just made me feel SO good... I was in a really bad mood when I started watching it, but now the only sad thing I feel is the fact that this move wasn't six hours long! This is my pick for the comedy of the year! If anything, this movie is worth a few bucks in theaters, Id say it is also worth buying the DVD. GO SEE IT!
Kids in America (2005) 1080p YIFY Movie
Kids in America (2005) 1080p
Kids in America is a movie starring Gregory Smith, Julie Bowen, and Malik Yoba. A diverse group of high school students band together to peacefully stick it to their overbearing principal.
IMDB: 5.90 Likes
- Genre: Comedy |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.46G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 91
- IMDB Rating: 5.9/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 5 / 28
The Synopsis for Kids in America (2005) 1080p
A diverse group of high school students band together to peacefully stick it to their overbearing principal.
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The Reviews for Kids in America (2005) 1080p
Plain simple, a super good feel-good movie!Reviewed bygodi-6Vote: 10/10
The unbelievably gorgeous Catlin Wachs is the only reason this got a 2.
If you like self-righteous know-it-all high school kids, then this is your show.
It seemed as if it was made by teenagers.
News flash: Nicole Richie can't act.
Caitlin Wachs is so gorgeous, it hurts.
"Holden" is the most arrogant, annoying, little punk.
Oh yeah...the principal is always wrong and the kids are always right. They know everything and they could solve all of the world's problems if we just give them a chance.
I went to the premiere of this kick-ass movie. Not only did I nearly wet myself during the screening; but also can I not stop talking about it, and little scenes just seem to come popping back in my head all the time and without warning (yeah, I am getting help for that, don't worry.) This film is very well made. For a newbie director, I was surprised to see a stellar cast like this entrusted to him, but now I know why -- Josh Stolberg rocks! Oh, when I wrote about the incredible cast, I was clearly not speaking about Nicole Richie, whom I hate, although in this movie, she could have been worse --more credit to Josh. Stick around for the credits too, the girls that inspired the writer and director are worth listening to. In short, this is a timely, inspiring, hysterical movie that will leave you with much to talk and ruminate about. Go see it. (and no, I am not affiliated with it)