Three O'Clock HighClosed Captioning
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Jerry Mitchell is having one of those days. He's late for high school, his car has a flat tire and he's been sent to the dean's office. But worst of all, he's incurred the wrath of the feared new student, Buddy Revell, the biggest, meanest, downright nastiest guy in class who forces him into a fight at 3 p.m. in the school parking lot. Poor Jerry has just seven hours, a good supply of wit, a few friends, a savvy kid sister and the worst luck of any kid alive, to find a way out of his tough problem. As the clock ticks away and the suspense mounts, Jerry realizes there's no way he can avoid facing the muscle-bound bully in a fight that will probably be his last. It's brain against brawn in one of today's best contemporary teenage comedies.
A TRUE 80'S CLASSIC
Woah! I can't believe they have this! "Your the puss who always bleed"... Hahahah!
This one stands next to Sixteen Candles and Breakfast Club. Loved this one.Lots of great music as well. I dont know why this film doesent get the recognition the John Hughs films have goten. Its just as good.
I guess I was too far past high school to appreciate it at the time
I have no memory of this movie at the theaters but thought it to be well worth watching. It's like they took an old western and put it in a 80s high school setting. Our intrepid hero would have hit a home run if he had clearly chosen his own girlfriend at the end but that's a minor quibble.