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See more » CLASSIC Written by Andrew Goldstein (as Andrew Maxwell Goldstein), Emmanuel Kiriakou (as Emanuel Kiriakou), Evan Bogart (as Evan Kidd Bogart) and Lindy Robbins Performed by MKTO Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more » Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life. At school, you have to deal with peer pressure and bullies and, at home, you probably have issues with your siblings and parents who just don't understand.You may be experiencing your first real crush, but not know how to talk to that special someone – or what you're supposed to do after you manage to have a conversation.While Rafe is busy with his own brand of "don't try this at home" stunts, he's also dealing with an escalating situation between him and Miller, Rafe's growing feelings for Jeanne and the increasingly serious relationship between his mom and Carl, whom he and his sister unflatteringly call "Bear"."Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life" is very enjoyable and surprisingly poignant.While mainly focused on Rafe's complicated family life and his war with his principal, the story works in some subtle criticism of modern trends in education – and an emotional twist near the end that will shock those who haven't read the book.See full summary » Imaginative quiet teenager Rafe Katchadorian is tired of his middle school's obsession with the rules at the expense of any and all creativity.Desperate to shake things up, Rafe and his best friends have come up with a plan: break every single rule in the school and let the students run wild.Rafe does get along well with his homeroom teacher, Mr. Unfortunately, Rafe's more immediate concerns at school are Miller (Jacob Hopkins), the bully who sits right behind him in class, the school's tough and unreasonable Vice Principal, Ida Stricker (Retta) and the strict disciplinarian and completely kid un-friendly, Principal Dwight (Andy Daly, the principal on TV's "Modern Family"). At Leo's urging, Rafe decides to get his revenge on Dwight by destroying the principal's book – his rule book – as in, making it a goal to literally break every rule in the book, but not get caught.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton went to school there.Throughout the movie, there are creative and entertaining animated sequences which bring Rafe's imaginative pen-and-ink creations to life – and his equally imaginative rule-breaking makes for some great (albeit over-the-top) visuals.Realism isn't the main consideration, but a sense of (relatively) harmless fun is – and that we get in spades.However, the water coming from the sprinklers in the principal's office remains clear regular water, and Rafe and the principal's clothes never change colors.Furthermore, in the next scene, Rafe emerges from the school with his shirt covered in dye, though he was never exposed to the dye due to the goof in the principal's office.