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Remember the Daze

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During the summer of 1999, a group of teenagers, through interconnected narratives, live through their last day of high school, relish the advent of summer vacation, struggle with drugs, sex, and the unpredictability of the future before them.
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Laura Kern

April 11, 2008

Ultimately, the ensemble of more than 20 featured characters seems as vapid as the intentionally caricatured adults who pop up on occasion. Where are this decade's John Hugheses? Or even the Cameron Crowes?
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James C. Taylor
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April 10, 2008

Remember the Daze has the irony-free, instant-nostalgia earnestness of your high school yearbook, but watching it is not likely to conjure your own youthful emotions -- it's more like flipping through the generic memories of a complete stranger.
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Kyle Smith
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April 11, 2008

This movie isn't even sophomoric; it's freshmanic.
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Chad Greene
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April 11, 2008

Mostly, though, Remember the Daze is a set of largely plotless scenes showing teens trying to score either sex or drugs, with no particularly profound point to any of it.
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Elizabeth Weitzman
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April 11, 2008

[Director Jess] Manafort aims for Dazed and Confused, but falls well short of Can't Hardly Wait.
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