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The Prankster (2010)

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The leader of a group of high school pranksters devoted to leveling the playing field between the popular kids and the misfits begins to wonder if there's more to life than practical jokes as graduation approaches, and the stench of adulthood grows stronger. When it comes to giving bullies their just deserts, Chris Karas is a five-star pastry chef. When his endearingly idiosyncratic uncle Nick gives Chris some helpful advice on life, the kid who built his reputation on mischief begins to see things from a whole new perspective.
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NR
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Kids & Family
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Strand Releasing

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Cast

Matt Angel
as Chris Karas
Kurt Fuller
as Dean Pecarino
Madison Riley
as Tiffany Fowler
Georges Corraface
as Nick Karas
Ken Davitian
as Stavros Karas
Veronica Sixtos
as Mariah Rivera
Michaela Watkins
as Miss LaFleur
Danny Max
as Larry Fasco
Jareb Dauplaise
as Blotto Wojonowski
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"Life is a journey of discovery. One that takes courage and trust and when we reach the end of our days, we may ask ourselves, did I follow my dream? Was I truly myself?" To the outer world, Chris Karas is a shy, straight "A" student and the son of a hard-working Greek contractor. But to his closest confidants he is none other than the celebrated Prince of Pranksters, a secret society dedicated to righting the wrongs of high school by pulling sophisticated pranks on deserving oppressors. Now facing graduation Chris has dreams of getting ahead in life but standing squarely in Chris's way are the expectations of his fellow Pranksters and Chris's old-world father, who can't understand his son's college ambitions. The pressure mounts as the Dean vows to discover and punish the Pranksters. This forces Chris to make the most difficult choice of his young life - to continue being a Prankster or something even far more difficult - to "step up" and be himself. It's a dilemma faced by other characters too, one that is resolved in a climax that is as heartfelt as it is hilarious. "Education is not about appearances and Control"

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