First Period


Action / Comedy

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Cassandra Peterson as Ms. Glenn
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Tara Karsian as Ms. Wood
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Diane Salinger as Ms. Mallow
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825.2 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
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1.56 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deloudelouvain7 / 10

Totally Rockin' Superstar, you're welcome.

First Period won't make everybody laugh, that's for sure. The more uptight people will probably think it's a kind of dumb and immature humor, but for people that like to laugh with anything, especially if it's exaggerated and over the top, they will have a lot of fun watching this. I did for sure! The entire movie is full of clichés about how teenagers act and think. The genious about this movie is definitely the fact they chose two males to play Cassie and Maggie, the main characters of First Period. Brandon Alexander III and Dudley Beene were hilarious playing their characters. I had a smile on my face for almost the entire movie as they go from one funny scene to another. Brandon Alexander III wrote the story as well, he has a great sense of humor that makes me wonder if he made other comedies like this one. If so, I will definitely give it a go.

Reviewed by t-dooley-69-3869169 / 10

Totally Rockin' Superstar Comedy

Written by and starring Brandon Alexander III who plays Cassie. She is the new girl at school and like all teens she just wants to be popular, date the hottest guy, eat sugary deserts and win the talent competition. Problem is Heather and the Other Heather are already super cool and have the boyfriends – the cute Brett and his best bud Dirk who is hotter than Satan's Microwave.

On her first day she meets Maggie (Dudley Beene) who is about as popular as a pork pie at a Bar mitzvah. But girls will be girls and they soon hit it off. The problem is when you have super biatch's like the Heather's in the mix it means all competition has to be eliminated and dreams must be trashed or they will not remain uber cool. Cue a week of shenanigans, loose underwear and partays, (sic) oh and some actual sick!

This is a genuine comedy with laughs scattered throughout like mozzarella on a 12" pizza – with a stuffed crust. Even the school teacher (Mr Klein) is dysfunctionally brilliant. Everyone gets to have a few good lines and the warmth shines through. This is one of those films that are destined to become a cult classic or even better. I enjoyed every single second and can't wait to watch again. After years of alleged 'comedies' where you can cram all the best lines into a thirty second trailer, it is a breath of fresh air to get one which keeps the hits coming; and that is right up to the final scene. I simply can not recommend highly enough, watch alone, watch with friends, watch drunk or sober or any way you choose but just watch it – excellent.

Reviewed by toodarkpark-080498 / 10

Nice Little Irreverent Surprise

So to be honest, I was scared to watch this one (partly because I feel the descriptiveness of the previous reviews might lead me to believe they're fake). But since it was free on streaming Netflix I gave it a chance. I am very glad I did.

This movie won't be for everyone, but for those like me that like their comedy a little silly, a little cynical, and extra random, it's perfect. Imagine if John Waters directed the high school portions of Romey and Michelle's High School Reunion on a shoestring budget. This movie is what you get. The innocence and campiness of Hairspray mixed with the irreverence of his earlier work, perfectly combines with the random silly comic sensibilities of the lead actors. I was laughing almost the entire film.

True, there are a few jokes that fall flat. (Like a toilet scene that was predictable and just not well done.) But most of the jokes fly a million miles a second, and I'm already planning on watching it again to catch the jokes I missed. Sometimes a single strange side glance from one of the leads was enough to make me bust out laughing. Not to mention the actor playing Cassie could basically have a movie all about Cassie and I would watch it in a second.

The thing that really struck me about this movie though was its treatment of all the characters. Most silly low budget films like this lose their way in the third act when they try to learn a lesson or become serious. It often comes off incredibly insincere. That isn't the case with First Period. During the third act we learn more about the characters and all of them become very relatable. I even was shocked to find myself smiling sympathetically during a very tense conversation with Maggie and the main antagonist. It was surprisingly well done. Even though the movie is often cynical, crude, and relishes making fun of its characters, it never loses its heart and understanding that these are real characters who have real emotions and feelings.

I was shocked I loved this movie so much and will definitely be showing it to my boyfriend and friends for some late night laughs. Second Period anyone? "You're welcome."

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