Massage School Dropouts
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Los Angeles Times - 7/10 by Katie WalshIt's a fun, rebellious romp that celebrates creativity and outside-the-box thinking, though parents might hope that their children won't be too inspired to copy the elaborate pranks that these characters pull off.
Variety - 7/10 by Joe LeydonThe fleeting counterbalance of seriousness makes the funny business marginally yet appreciably funnier.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Frank ScheckDelivers an easily digestible and amusing portrait of youthful hijinks that should well please its target audience.
Austin Chronicle - 7/10 by Marjorie BaumgartenThe film mixes vivid cartoons coming to life from the pages of Rafe’s sketchbook with the live action. The film is reminiscent of some of the best aspects of John Hughes’ teen movies: playful albeit with strong emotional centers that ground their suburban teen rebels. - 6/10 by Susan WloszczynaBetter than middling as it sidesteps the trap of simply pandering to its youthful demo with cheap laughs and silly mugging.
San Francisco Chronicle - 5/10 by Peter HartlaubIt's a so-so film with jarring tone changes and a plot that sputters before a predictable ending. But there are moments of inspiration and authenticity.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 5/10 by Brad WheelerIronically, Middle School’s message is about encouraging kids and grown-ups to think outside the box and yet, the filmmakers themselves do precisely the opposite.
The New York Times - 5/10 by Andy WebsterThe find here is Alexa Nisenson as Georgia, Rafe’s know-it-all little sister, who takes cars out for a spin. She is blessed with the best lines, comic and dramatic, and appears delightfully cognizant of the fact. If only the movie had more of her.
Slant Magazine - 5/10 by Keith WatsonUnimaginatively directed and indifferently shot, the film never establishes a distinctive voice for itself.
TheWrap - 4/10 by Alonso DuraldeThe film’s attempts at comedy and sentimentality are equally unsuccessful, resulting in a movie that feels more like a third-rate “Saved by the Bell” knock-off than a legitimate teen flick.

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