Teller arrives with Hwang whom Rafe hands over the video proving Dwight's guilt. It follows a middle school student who sets out to break every one of the many rules made by his domineering principal. Hwang is going to press criminal charges on Dwight and Strickler for rigging the test and heading to jail. When Jules arrives to pick up Rafe and Georgia, Rafe is re-enrolled and Jules dumps Bear. Archived from on February 5, 2017. Dwight frames several students from the class by secretly putting items in their lockers that make it appear like they were responsible for the pranks and the whole class for a week, and even uses the opportunity to unlawfully Mr. Dwight responds by destroying the sketchbook in a bucket of acid, much to the devastation of Rafe.
Just as Dwight catches up with Rafe and Gus, Mr. With this evidence, Rafe, Jeanne, and Georgia gather the suspended students from the remedial class outside the middle school, along with the janitor Gus, who also dislikes Dwight's rules, and pull together a plan to get revenge on Dwight and Stricker. Rafe is later seen that night outside the school conversing with Leo, who tells him that since Rafe has now made friends with some of his classmates, he is no longer needed to fill that void. . 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. While acknowledging that it is not ideal, it represents what may be the only option left. Dwight forces students to comply with an extensive list of rules that are mostly senseless while Stricker follows along with his antics.
These pranks gain the attention and admiration of Rafe's fellow students, including Jeanne Galletta, on whom Rafe develops an immediate crush. Gus shows up in a cart to pick up Rafe while Dwight gives chase, only to have a pile of manure dumped all over him. As Leo departs on a with that Rafe has created in his earlier sketchbook, Rafe and Jeanne share a kiss, breaking rule 86 which is the final rule Rafe needed to break for an deed. Imaginative quiet teenager Rafe Katchadorian is tired of his middle school's obsession with the rules at the expense of any and all creativity. As the principal strikes back, Rafe's world, at home and at school, explodes into hilarious chaos both real and imagined in this laugh-filled family comedy based on James Patterson's bestselling book series.
The film was released on October 7, 2016. Archived from on June 10, 2017. Later that day, Rafe is back in his room with his best friend and his younger brother, Leo, who suggests that to get even, Rafe should destroy Dwight's rule book. Both collide when he transfers to a rule-crazy middle school. He and Stricker are subsequently fired by Hwang for creating unlawful rules, illegally rigging the B. She also pauses to reflect the passing of Rafe's younger brother Leo, revealing that Leo had been imagined the whole time by Rafe. Teller, the compassionate remedial class teacher who, along with the other teachers, disagrees with Dwight and Stricker's antics and sees through Dwight's plan.
To show the ridiculousness of Dwight's rules, Rafe and Leo pull several pranks such as papering the walls of the hallways as well as Dwight's office with colored sticky notes, rigging the to make it end with a , filling the with plastic balls, putting pink in Dwight's hat, and turning the into a , complete with an. Rafe immediately goes to Dwight's office and begs him to not suspend the other students since he was the one responsible for the pranks; when Dwight refuses, Rafe creates a wild via the and , soaking the school and the students in colored that was intended to be yet another one of his pranks, which prompts an enraged Dwight to Rafe permanently. Animation voices provided by Jeremy Culhane, Stephen Kearin, , Mike Matzdorf, , and. Rafe has an epic imagination…and a slight problem with authority. Storyline: Imaginative quiet teenager Rafe Katchadorian is tired of his middle school's obsession with the rules at the expense of any and all creativity. Drowning in do's and don'ts, Rafe and his best friend Leo hatch a plan to expose the principal by breaking every rule in the school's Code of Conduct.
On his first day, he meets the strict and exceedingly vain Ken Dwight and his obsequious , Ida Stricker. On the , the film has an approval rating of 59%, based on 38 reviews, with an of 5. Patterson as James, a restaurant manager at. . . . .
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