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Teen Comedy Collection - 4 Movie Marathon

Teen Comedy Collection - 4 Movie Marathon

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    Teen Comedy Collection - 4 Movie Marathon is a DVD compilation that includes four teen-oriented comedy films. The collection aims to provide viewers with a variety of comedic stories set within the context of high school or young adult life. Here's a brief overview of each of the included movies: 

    1. "Accepted" (2006): "Accepted" follows the story of Bartleby Gaines (played by Justin Long), a high school graduate who is rejected by all the colleges he applies to. In an effort to avoid disappointing his parents, he creates a fake college called the South Harmon Institute of Technology (S.H.I.T.). Surprisingly, the fake institution gains popularity, attracting other rejected students. Together, they must maintain the facade while navigating college life and facing challenges.

    2. "Wet Hot American Summer" (2001): Set in the summer of 1981, "Wet Hot American Summer" is a satirical comedy that parodies the conventions of summer camp movies. The film features an ensemble cast of comedic actors portraying camp counselors and campers engaging in absurd and often surreal situations. The humor is often over-the-top and irreverent, making it a cult classic in the realm of teen comedies.

    3. "Hamlet 2" (2008): "Hamlet 2" centers on Dana Marschz (played by Steve Coogan), a failed actor who becomes a high school drama teacher in Tucson, Arizona. Faced with a lack of funding and a disinterested student body, Dana decides to write and stage a controversial sequel to Shakespeare's "Hamlet." The film is known for its irreverent and zany humor as it explores Dana's attempts to revitalize the school's drama program.

    4. "Bad Girls From Valley High" (2005): In this comedy horror film, three seemingly ordinary high school friends find themselves transformed into vengeful supernatural beings after they accidentally kill a social outcast. As their personalities change dramatically, they wreak havoc on the student body, targeting the popular and mean-spirited students who tormented them.