Remember the Daze

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Released 2007

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Released:
2007
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R
Remember the Daze, directed by Jess Manafort, is a 2007 dramatic comedy set in a small suburban town in North Carolina in the spring of 1999. The film chronicles the last 24 hours of three normal teenagers lives before their graduation from high school. The classmates Sylvia (Katrina Begin), Thomas (Charles Chen), and Brianne (Melonie Diaz) are all members of the 1999 graduating class. Much emphasis has been placed on this particular class by parents, teachers and the media because they are the last class to graduate before the end of the millennium. The three friends want to stop stressing about life after high school and just enjoy their last day of being high school kids. To accomplish this task, the teenagers engage in promiscuity, alcohol, drugs and other questionable activities. This type of behavior leads to some difficult situations for the students. Will they all make it to their graduation day, or will their desire to be carefree for a day have lasting consequences?moreless

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  • 50

    The New York Times Laura Kern

    A generally entertaining but half-baked variation on Richard Linklater's high school period piece, "Dazed and Confused" (made in 1993, set in 1976), Remember the Daze (set in 1999)...

  • 50

    Variety

    As high school zeitgeist stories go, Remember the Daze holds no great secrets or revelations, no iconic characters or "American Pie"-style set pieces, but it demonstrates considera...

  • 30

    Los Angeles Times

    If you swiped the most insipid dialogue of the teenage-angst movies of John Hughes and Kevin Smith and Amy Heckerling, you would still have a script -- and a movie -- far superior ...

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