Sadie Bell is the entertainment editorial assistant at Thrillist. Few characters' are going through anything significant, aside from several forced plot points based around their home lives and familial expectations; all they're worried about is banging out the sex list that they keep on their cell phone, or getting their parents to pay for a boob job. If you can get past the out-of-touch dialogue there's multiple sequences in which they list famous alumni from the universities they're about to attend -- relatable! Aside from the handful of kids with part-time gigs or Sosie Bacon's Audrey, who is basically the one middle-class girl who has to work a lot, everybody's down to just kick it by sunny Lake Michigan for the next few months. Share on Facebook Tweet this article Pin it Email. These warm moments, which also read like a love letter to Chicago, are sufficient if you're looking for something without an elaborate plot to play in the background as you convince your summer fling to stick around, at least until Labor Day. Mostly, it's pretty boring! Apa's Griffin who, for the record, does not always need to hold an acoustic guitar whenever he's on screen in any series or film based on their chemistry and genuine preciousness of their potentially fleeting time together. Some actual teen viewers went so far as to call it the "worst representation of teenagers" they've ever seen.
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