Are all subversive young radicals completely irritating, or is it just the ones in this movie? That question may never be fully answered, but the sight of these photogenic twentysomething anarchists living in a dumpy house, skateboarding around, spouting revolutionary slogans and shocking the neighbors with occasionally funny antics brings an even more important question to mind: Which one has the trust fund? The plot involves a Dallas kid (Devon Gummersall) and his friends, all of whom are involved in all sorts of "peace, love and bongs" type antics, until a dark figure named--get this--Johnny Black (Dylan Bruno) shows up.
Mr. Black tries to turn them all into Fight Club-style terrorists, which forces Gummersall to question his true values and stop a militia's plot to do some serious destruction. Of course, by the time he learns his lessons, this overdone "comedy" has turned from pretentious to predictable. You'll feel burnt by this one.
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