Movie Two-Liners Entry #65

May 12th, 2010 by Wordsman

This week’s puzzle:

A young man who fell from popularity at an early age pulls a stunt to impress his new friends and is taught a lesson. In the end, he earns the respect of his peers (while alienating his mother), but it does him no good at all.

Last week’s puzzle:

A small business owner who always ends up on the losing side of fights is a selective music-hater. In the end he tells his old friends to leave him and makes new friends with his enemies.

And the answer is . . . ▼

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