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Full of It

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content, drug references, teen partying and crude humor
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Primary Audience:
Teens
Genre:
Comedy, Drama
Length:
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Year of Release:
2007
USA Release:
March 2, 2007 (limited)
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Lying

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Featuring: Ryan Pinkston, Teri Polo, Craig Kilborn, Carmen Electra, Kate Mara
Director: Christian Charles
Producer: Ryan Kavanaugh, Lynwood Spinks, Mark Canton
Distributor: New Line Cinema

“He couldn’t make it big. So he made it up.”

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “‘Full of It’ is a comedy about what happens to a habitual liar whose tall tales suddenly come true. Ryan Pinkston (Punk’d) stars as a 17-year-old who desperately tries to fit in at a new school by telling elaborate lies to impress the school’s most popular kids. But when the lies start turning to truths and the teen becomes the big man on campus, he suddenly finds himself facing a whole new set of problems that he never expected.”

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Movie Critics
…better than a lot of teen comedies with much bigger budgets… the writing is funny, with many original touches. …
—Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
…doesn’t offer anything new, and the moral is obvious to anyone past drinking age. But the film is not without its low-key charms, including a surprising sweetness and heart. …
—Randy Cordova, The Arizona Republic
…low-grade teen comedy… A wish fulfillment fantasy of staggering silliness, both smirkingly cutesy and gratingly offensive, this is one for the movie ash heap. …
—Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune