This film incorporates so many brilliant aspects of film-making. From graphic matches (telescope-peephole)to breaking the 4th wall at the end of the film (kid n play talking to the camera), its awesome! Since its a 1990's comedy it has sound effects through out the film which is NOT over-done like a previous House Party movie I won't mention but when you watch it you'll hear it, like the sound man was on meth.
The plot is simple, two students get taken for mistaken identity. One is a nerd and one is a gangsta. As we follow their "Freaky Friday," escapades we get a sense of what high school use to be like and learn how to accept people for who they are.
The acting in the movie is good, there's a couple of slow parts but the pacing is great. I love the skillful camera movements and angles, also the writing is funny! There is a handful of quotes from this movie that I remember saying growing up as I re-watched as an adult. Also, the little things in the dialogue, like how his dad thinks hes gay and all the homosexual innuendos, Blade not pronouncing Duncan's name wrong and other amusing script-writing antics. It's a coming of age comedy, not as raunchy as comedies now-a-days but has more laughs than your regular 90's movies.
I would def recommend this movie, especially if you like silly comedies, I saw people saying that "Popsicle" was annoying but he was honestly my favorite character in the film. I even went out with my friend to a see Bill Burr live a month ago, then we met up with his friend who he works with (she was hot). But anyways we had about a 30 minute conversation about "Class Act." She knew lines from the movies and everything, it was hot!
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