Justin James Hughes - A variety of up and coming stars took to the red carpet for the People Magazine 'Ones To Watch' Party at The Line Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 9th October 2014
New Port South tells what ought to be an interesting story but flubs it at every step of the way. New Port South is a Chicago suburb and the name of a highschool, where a distressed kid named Maddox (Blake Shields) wants to fight the power. Not only does he equate the constant monitoring of highschool with prison, he's sure there's some conspiracy surrounding a teen who caused a lot of trouble two years earlier. Maddox decides to organize a propaganda campaign and organizes other forms of civil disobedience... to what end? His goals are never clear, except that he wants to take pictures instead of write papers. Well who don't!?
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