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Posted December 9, 2010
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i enjoyed also purchased it from Barnes & Noble wow Christian was so cute in this film he played the part of both Mark and Hard Harry very well wow really cool movie! Love It!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Over The Airwaves, It's Mystery Student Vs. The High School Principal.
I first caught this movie on My Network TV a few months ago. It was/is so great that I just had to order, buy and own a copy of this eventually. A high school student named Mark Hunter, who is mostly diffident, quiet and withdrawn, suddenly showcases a more confident, outspoken and outgoing side when he gets behind the mic as his radio D.J. alter-ego, under the alias Hard Harry. But nobody would learn the truth as to who Hard Harry is until later. The radio was used as Mark's only means for him to boost his self-confidence and he'd later learn that after the truth comes out, he doesn't need to get his message across through that anymore. Because he actually had it in him the whole time. It's his duty as the announcer to convey to his schoolmates advice when any of them are having problems and that he plans to take a stand against the principal when a conspiracy that's been made takes place. This has since become one of my favorite early '90s movies that I discovered, coming across it on the air (regular/network t.v. or cable). And it's one of the best stories (Fiction or non-fiction) ever brought from script to screen. There is such a strong lesson in this for the aforementioned reasons that I already covered. And they're why no one should skip this at all. If anyone reading this is also diffident, then after seeing this movie, you just may find the self-assurance in yourself too. If you could just dig deep enough. Recommended and not to be skipped.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010