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May 13th, 2022 under Netflix, Rebel WIlson

Rebel Wilson has a new movie out today, and Senior Year is streaming on Netflix. The film gets an A+ from me!

Wilson is playing Stephanie, a senior in high school. Wait, how can she play someone in high school? It is because back when she was a senior, one of her cheerleading stunts went wrong, and she spent the next 20 years in a coma.

So, when she finally wakes up, she still feels like a teenager. Therefore, she wants to finish her final year in high school so that she can be Prom Queen.

A lot has changed since 2002. Things are a lot more PC, and her best friend, Martha (Mary Holland), is the principal of the school, and she is as PC as they get. So much so that she got rid of cheerleading as it was and Prom Kings and Queens.

Stephanie is going to do everything in her power to get both of those back to how they were 20 years ago. But, it is a different world, and she has to learn to play the game.

One of the things she has to do is get Brie (Jade Bender) on her side. The only problem is Brie is the daughter of her archnemesis Tiffany (Zoe Chao) and her former boyfriend Blane (Justin Hartley). Tiffany still hates Stephanie, and the feeling is mutual.

Luckily, Stephanie still has her other best friend, Seth (Sam Richardson), to help her have the perfect Senior Year. Can they do it? You just have to watch this sweet movie that is a throwback to all the great coming of age movies from the ’90s.

Angourie Rice, who plays teenage Stephanie, is perfect in the role. She even does the thing that Wilson does with her hair. What thing? When you see it, you will know.

Actually, everyone is great in this film. This is the perfect movie to Netflix & Chill with because it makes you want to go back to high school, and it doesn’t make you want to do it at the same. Plus, it is so super fun, and who doesn’t want to relax with something fun?


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