July 8, 2015
Not without it's charm, this movie didn't have any of the overly crazy elements many other Cannon movies embrace. Actually, this one's ending actually caught me off guard because it was sort of reasonable...
The plot unfolds something like this: A group of rich boys has taken it upon themselves to rid their beloved school of the recent rash of petty crimes. Acting on the unfounded idea that the poorer students are systemically responsible for said crime, the gang tracks down some of these less fortunate classmates at home and terrorize them while accusing them of petty crimes. (Of course, the irony that they're fighting crime with terrorism is totally lost on them.) Students have started to go missing and the whole school believes the vigilantes to be responsible. But are they really responsible, or are they just the victims of vicious rich boy stereo typing?
Things to watch for: A twist ending you can likely see coming but plays pretty well anyway topped with a twist reveal that you couldn't possibly seen coming. Loads of dudes too old to play high schoolers playing high schoolers anyway. The main antagonist/co-writer obviously writing some choice scenes for himself. Some nice commentary on the fine line between vigilantes and criminals.
Things to look away for: Some step-sibling incest/sexual-assault scenes (that thankfully stop short of nudity).
“That Guy!” moment with: Miguel A. Nunez Jr. (The Return of the Living Dead, Action Jackson, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning)
What we learned: Filming your acts of terrorism against your fellow classmates might not be the best idea if you want to keep those acts of terrorism secret...