Kim is a High School senior who
has just been dumped by her boyfriend in favor of a rich girl, is
still distraught over her father's suicide, and is now failing all
of her classes. After a disastrous school dance, she gets drunk and
makes some life decisions. She will seduce her teachers and
blackmail them into giving her straight As, then she will become a
hooker to get the cash she needs for the lifestyle she wants.
When she kills an overly kinky John with an icepick, the pimp recognizes
her potential to become one of his organization's teenage hit girls.
Fortunately, he had a vacancy open in that department.
Malibu High is an example of shoddy, low budget drive-in
fare. There is no aspect of this film that is not laughably bad.
Nobody in the cast sounds like a Californian. The star, Jill Lansing, looks
ten to fifteen years too old to be in high school, and overacts so
egregiously that this would be her one and only film appearance. The
ludicrous plot leads up to a corny "moral" ending, but the dialogue is even more cornball than the plot,
and the music queues are still worse.
In other words, our kind of movie!
If you are not familiar with our grading system, you need to
explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
our definition, a
C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a: