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The film John Tucker Must Die came out in the year 2006 and I remember the very first time I watched it I was in my sophomore year in high school and I recall how hilarious this film was and how much I related to it to some degree High school was such a memorable experience There are multiple pressures that high school students encounter such as social status fitting in finding yourself and surviving those four years of diligent work Personally I have experienced many pros and cons in high school nonetheless I am grateful that the high school journey came to an end College is a whole different experience as opposed to high school In college status isnt present not everyone knows you and people are less judgmental On the other hand in high school theres an ample amount of different types of communication you have with certain people For instance whether or not the person is fond of you or not they will have to have some sort of interpersonal communication in high school Interpersonal Communication 3 is a distinctive transactional form of human communication involving mutual influence usually for the purpose of managing relationships Plenty of thoughts go through our minds in high school High school is filled with emotions such as happiness depression excitement confusion and etc In addition our behavior changes our adolescence years where everything is perplexed John Tucker Must Die presents these experiences in a humorous matter This story is about high school love and why people act the way they do The movie begins with Kate who is talking about her mother Lori who is a single- parent 346 Her mother has always been involved in a series of bad relationships that led the family to move to new towns frequently This experience that she underwent led Kate to feel invisible and isolated Kate lacked interpersonal communication with her mother and her peers Kate
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