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Fernando Lebrija
John Michael Higgins as Principal Dixon
Leah Rose Randall as Taylor Barnes
Ryan Malaty as Vinny
Jake Borelli as Freddie Myers
Michael Provost as Shannon
Anne Winters as Holly
Patrick Davis as Miguel
Nesta Cooper as Dani Barnes
Keith Powers as Cameron Drake
Peter Gilroy as Broussard
Kate Walsh as Dr. Fiona Shively
Jeffrey D. Sams as Mr. Barnes
Valarie Rae Miller as Mrs. Barnes
Storyline: High-achieving high-school senior Dani Barnes dreams of getting into UC Davis, the world's top veterinary school. Then a glamorous new friend draws her into a Southern California scene that threatens everything she's worked for.
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Please see it
First off,ignore the haters!This movie is refreshing and instills much needed reminders regarding social media dangers, fake friends and being true to yourself!Added bonus:Lead actors Keith and Nesta are adorable together and have great chemistry!As long as there are teenagers,you can never have enough teen movies!!!
Steaming Hot Garbage
I've seen a lot of bad movies, but none have moved me to make an IMDb page. This movie finally broke me down.

I can't feel bad for Dani. Going from the girl in the beginning who doesn't care what she wears and is dedicated to the shelter and her school to someone who day drinks and blows people off is unrealistic. Not even her sudden rise to 'popularity' can explain that. The only reason for her sudden change is to further the terrible plot. She doesn't feel like a real person at all, and I can't sympathize with her because everything feels so forced. She was 'relatable' and quirkily awkward in the beginning, and once she was thrown away by her new friends she went right back to that as if everything that happened in the middle meant nothing.

Her best friend had a crush on her, which was totally unnecessary and didn't further the plot at all. It didn't get tidied up at the end, they never talked it out, he was just there to show how downhill she was going. Even if he was super significant to the plot, him having a crush did nothing for the movie besides make it even more cliché. His character was watered down and apparently had a grandma that made him alcoholic drinks (???).

That leads me into the other characters that are there for comedic value but aren't executed well. The immature kid that makes stupid jokes, the principal who smokes weed at the end of the movie, the sister who was basically what 40 year olds think kids these days are, the lady who went to a super prestigious school but wound up at a dead-end shelter and was weird and zany. It all felt forced.

Dani's relationship with Cam is a big part of the movie. It was cute and I really enjoyed Cam's character (which is a big part of why the rating is higher than one), but it was never explained. We didn't find out when he started to crush on her, or why he asked her out while he still had a girlfriend (who conveniently broke up with him so that he could date Dani.) He took her back for no reason at the end.

Everything was predictable and nothing mattered. It was the copy and paste plot of a million other movies and books. Girl discovers new things, girl messes up, girl fixes everything. All of her loose ends were tied up, and she had next to no lasting repercussions. Everyone forgave her, she didn't get in trouble for using her dad's credit card to buy 400 dollar shoes, and the whole stalker thing blew over.

Speed round of things I disliked: Her 'friendship' with Kid Ink that was only there to help her fix her problems. How she couldn't afford her dream school but still splurged on a whole new wardrobe. How she was so 'smart' but took back Alexa right away. How the gay couple at the end was played off as a joke with no foreshadowing besides how one of the men was overly masculine and one was overly feminine, which is a common stereotype.

The directing was decent, despite how most of the shots were like high school on cocaine. Real life isn't like that. The acting was actually really good, and Dani did what she could with the bad script. Cam did super well and I really enjoyed his character, and although all of the background characters were written badly the actors managed to pull it off.

TD:LR: Good acting, terrible plot that is predictable yet makes no sense, bad characters, overall garbage.
#RealityHigh leaves you with the impression that Netflix might be back to focusing on quantity over quality when it comes to their releases.

Black Love

It's increasingly rare for a Black character's parents to not be interracial or for them to not pursue an interracial relationship. Which isn't to imply I have anything against those who are in or pursue such. More so, it has usually come at the cost of getting to see Black Love and all of its delights. So with seeing Dani's parents being Black and she attracted to the Black guy over Duckie, I mean Freddie, it warmed my heart a little bit. For despite culture not being written into either Dani and Cameron's characters, just seeing the rare depiction of two Black "teens" together was nice.


Dani's 180-degree Turn

Can someone explain how Dani goes from someone who is focused and perhaps introverted to someone who would get drunk at school? I get there is supposed to be this weak reasoning about how popularity played a hand, but am I supposed to take that seriously? This does claim to be a comedy.

Yet, being that Dani just quickly becomes self-absorbed and a bit of an ass, it really makes me wonder if I missed something? Yeah, Dani notes she was jealous of Alexa's life but how does that lead to a character who was trying to use social media to support the animal shelter she works at to being egocentric and ruining all she has ever worked for? I mean, we are led to believe Dani is a smart girl, right? Surely, someone who has tortured her consistently for years suddenly coming to her house talking about being friends has to raise a red flag right? Especially after you started dating their ex.

It could be perhaps I've seen too many movies similar to this, but come on!

It's Just a Sorry Excuse For A Comedy

#RealityHigh reminds me of the sad attempt that was Death Note to represent what it is like to be a teenager. Something just feels off, condescending, and out of touch about how everyone is written. Even if you are supposed to look at it through the lens of this being a comedy. Take Broussard (Peter Gilroy) for instance. He clearly is supposed to be a comedic character but it just never clicked who is he supposed to be funny to? I don't believe my sense of humor is mature so shouldn't jokes about the principal's last name be funny? Shouldn't Broussard's antics make me laugh vs. make me roll my eyes? Could it be I have finally become an adult?!

Nope, it is just between being cringey and so bad you can't even call it campy, those tasked with making the film funny try too hard or not enough. Making the writing, and their performances, seem like something they should be embarrassed about. Especially John Michael Higgins as Principal Dixon. Though, similar to Eugene Levy, arguably he doesn't seem that choosy when he picks roles. He just so happens to luck into a good one every dozen or so.

Last Minute Inclusion of a Gay Couple

Similar to Paranorman, a character we are given the total impression that they are straight, are discovered to be gay. Which I'm only criticizing since it was done for shock value, if not a joke. Which, with it being 2017, it makes me hope that one day, we will do better.

On The Fence

The Little People

Be it Shannon (Michael Provost) and Holly (Anne Winters), Freddie to a certain degree, among the rest of the supporting cast, there are times you really do want to invest in them. However, in the case of Freddie, you are giving a severely watered down version of Duckie from Pretty in Pink. Then, with everyone else, it really seems #RealityHigh only wants to go so far to show how complacent people get about bullies when they aren't the one being teased or harassed. Which is a shame for, at least when it comes to Shannon and Holly, there is a cute romance and story there. However, sadly they are barely given enough screen time for it to have some oomph.

Overall: Negative (Skip It)

Cameron and Dani's relationship is cute, but that's about it. Dani's transformation into an Alexa type does not click as something that can or should make sense what so ever. Add on a lot of moments which seem like they should have been funny fall flat, and it leaves you with the impression that Netflix might be back to focusing on quantity over quality.
A fresh take on the classic high school movie. The next generation of Pretty in Pink and Sixteen Candles, through She's All That and Mean Girls. The cast is diverse, talented and full of up-and-comers. A fun movie with a good message- not only about being true to one's self but about how to treat others, especially in the digital age. Equally important is the focus on volunteering, believing in a cause and animal rescue!
Started watching with low expectations
Great movie great cast great story line awesome cameos perfect movie teens will love it imagine mean girls if they are all intagramer's anyway this is one of the "better" Netflix original movies i hope you enjoy it as much as i did it was funny it has drama everything your looking for in a teen movie nowadays.
Awful just awful
The most basic film I've ever watched this year. If you wanna watch this film when you are bored, then you are going to be double bored. The story is so predictable that I didn't need to see the end, because it's like some various teenage films that are good for TV but not for a streaming service like Netflix, I was really disappointed with the acting.
Highly Recommend
This is an excellent movie. Perfect for today's young people with an appropriate message regarding their social issues. It reminds me of other past teen films but has a new and modern theme. It moves through the plot without bogging down at all. The actors and story line were excellent. I would highly recommend this movie to my family and friends, especially those with teenagers.
Cutie .would watch again
This movie was the cutest. I was apprehensive about watching since I could not see previous reviews. Perfect for a Sunday morning in bed.I am almost 50 and enjoyed this film. Nothing vulgar or violent. Just a cute movie about a young lady, her dog and love. It looks like sometimes good girls do win.
Good movie that deals with high school bullying in social media generation
Netflix originals have been super strong and they continue their hit streak with #RealityHigh. This is a throwback to teen movies from the 80s, with a real modern sensibility. It's refreshing to see a diverse cast in this type of film. I love the way the filmmakers address bullying in high school while still making this a fun and enjoyable film. The characters are strong and I could imagine they would be very relatable to the social media generation.
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