Kids in America


Kids in America Information

Kids in America is a 2005 film directed by Josh Stolberg. It was written by Andrew Shaifer and Josh Stolberg. The film is inspired by real events.

Plot

Holden Donovan (Gregory Smith) is fed up with Principal Donna Weller (Julie Bowen), who goes to great lengths to stop the students from enjoying their right to free expression, such as expelling Monica Rose for wearing condoms on her outfit to promote safe sex on national "safe sex" day and expels Lawrence Reitzer for kissing another guy in the hallway. Meanwhile, she's running for State Superintendent of all schools, which will give her the power to practice her brand of administration beyond Booker High School.

The students have an ally, Mr. Will Druker, (Malik Yoba) one of their teachers who encourages them to fight for their rights. He pays a price for his position and is fired by Principal Weller. He decides to use his dismissal to make a change of his own, by producing a documentary chronicling the experiences of students who are faced with similar issues.

Holden befriends a group of teens, including love interest, Charlotte Pratt (Stephanie Sherrin), Chuck McGinn (Chris Morris), Katie Carmichael (Caitlin Wachs), Emily Chua (Emy Coligado), Lawrence Reitzer (Alex Anfanger), Walanda Jenkins (Crystal Celeste Grant), Kelly Stepford (Nicole Richie), Monica Rose (Rosalie Ward), and Ashley Harris (Genevieve Cortese). Together they organize the student body to take on Principal Weller and make a real change at Booker High.

Cast

  • Gregory Smith as Holden Donovan
  • Stephanie Sherrin as Charlotte Pratt
  • Chris Morris as Chuck McGinn
  • Caitlin Wachs as Katie Carmichael
  • Emy Coligado as Emily Chua
  • Alex Anfanger as Lawrence Reitzer
  • Crystal Celeste Grant as Walanda Jenkins
  • Julie Bowen as Principal Donna Weller
  • Malik Yoba as Mr. Will Drucker
  • Nicole Richie as Kelly Stepford
  • Rosalie Ward as Monica Rose
  • Genevieve Cortese as Ashley Harris
  • George Wendt as Coach Thompson
  • Adam Arkin as Ed Mumsford
  • Jeff Chase as Asst. Coach Fasso
  • Samantha Mathis as Jennifer Rose
  • Andrew Shaifer as Mr. Kip Stratton
  • Rosanna Arquette as Abby Pratt
  • Elizabeth Perkins as Sandra Carmichael
  • Leila Charles as Mrs. Jane Jordan
  • Rakefet Abergel as Goth Girl
  • Damien Luvara as Rick Garcia
  • W. Earl Brown as Boss McGinn
  • Charles Shaughnessy as Mr. Carmichael
  • Kim Coles as Loretta Jenkins
  • Marcella Lentz-Pope as Elizabeth Goings
  • Raymond Braun as Mo Williams

Soundtrack

The movie contains the following songs:

  • "Bonnie Taylor Shakedown" - hellogoodbye
  • Freedom Ain't Free" - Crystal Celeste Grant and Steve Kim
  • "False Alarm" - The Hometeam
  • "Hands 2 tha Pump" - Da Digger
  • "You Are My Friend" - Brownskin
  • "Welcome to My World" - Nerf Herder
  • "Race Cars" - Allister
  • "Change the World" - An Angle
  • "It Ain't Right" - Ilona
  • "Remembering Britt" - Day at the Fair
  • "Sesame Smeshame" - The Early November
  • "Anthem" - Trevor Hall
  • "Sunday in the Public Restroom with George" - Rand Singer, Alex Anfanger and Chris Morris
  • "Symphony" - I Am the Avalanche
  • "She Rules the School" - Daniel Cieral
  • "I Want You" - James Blunt
  • "If You Were Here" - Thompson Twins
  • "Moving in Stereo" - The Cars
  • "Exit, Emergency" - Houston Calls
  • "My Sleep Pattern Changed" - The Early November
  • "Knights of the Island Counter" - David Melillo
  • "Letters to Summer" - The Track Record
  • "U and Left Turns" - Socratic
  • "Bad" - Ilona
  • "The Bad Touch" - The Bloodhound Gang
  • "Sydney" - Halifax
  • "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" - R.E.M.
  • "Somewhere on Fullerton" - Allister
  • "One More Won't Hurt" - Houston Calls
  • "All Our Words" - Long Since Forgotten
  • "Summertime" - Brother Love
Notably absent from the film's soundtrack is Kim Wilde's 1980s pop hit "Kids in America".




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