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This might seem like total fantasy if not for the fact that young people have been seen to be increasingly unstable throughout the last few decades. The simple fact that Dylan Sprouse is playing a psychopath in Dismissed is more than just a film role, it’s a very frightening and over the top look at a mind that cannot handle even the smallest bit of rejection that is aimed in his direction. Perfection is key and nothing can be allowed to ruin the personal Utopia that he’s attempting to create for himself. We’ve all likely seen at least one movie like this in our lives but Dismissed looks like something that’s uniquely disturbing.
Students today are quite often lackadaisical and don’t seem to want to learn anything that they can look up online. It’s not so much the use of technology as it is the fact that we’ve moved away from the adherence to tradition in a way that invites a serious lack of discipline. Lucas however is a student that wants and expects the very best, and if he can’t get it then he will feel the need to challenge authority in an attempt to show that he is the one in the right and those standing against him are either wrong, inept, or both. Challenging a teacher by asking where they got their degree is hardly ever a good idea when you’re still a high school student and bound by the limits of your experience.
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