This movie's not all that. But if you can't hardly wait for another spoofy spin on a beaten-down genre (see: Scary Movie 2), then here's a pile of poop cracks and overused jokes for a gag or two. And by that we mean the only thing funny about this stab at every teen flick from The Breakfast Club to American Pie is that you'll gag--literally--at the toilet humor and laugh only because you can't believe director Joe Gallen (and, for some reason, a five-person writing team) went that far.
There are a few classic lines, Jaime Pressly is a perfect prom-queen snob, and the requisite '80s-icon cameos elicit smirks (Mr. T's always funny). But the flick spends so much time jam-packing in the references it fails to follow through on the serious lampooning. Worse yet, if you haven't brushed up on the latest Freddie Prinze Jr. bomb, you'll simply feel stuck in detention.