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As high school graduation draws near, four high school seniors put their futures on the line to help a friend in desperate need of financial assistance. With a key to the bank and a foolproof plan, how difficult could it be to simply waltz right in, collect a quick $200,000, and disappear before anyone even realized what happened? Unfortunately for these criminally-inclined teens, the local police are quicker to respond than they ever anticipated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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"Graduation, a borderline dramedy with somewhat interesting relationship crosscurrents among four friends facing life after high school, squanders audience goodwill with its tediously judgmental treatment of anyone who isn't flush with youthful promise."
‑ Tom Keogh, Seattle Times
"so unrealistic and poorly thought-out it's insulting to the entire heist genre."
‑ Brian Chen,
"Graduation isn't some daring amalgam of traditional movie categories; it's simply all over the place."
‑ Walter V. Addiego, San Francisco Chronicle
"Unlike 2005's pitch-perfect teen heist movie Brick, Graduation misses nearly every note it tries to hit."
‑ Travis Nichols, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"The movie is pretty dull and generic. None of the kids feel like real people, just cardboard cut-outs of stock characters."
‑ Austin Kennedy, Sin Magazine
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