Senior Year: Viewers point out glaring flaws in new Netflix film – did you spot it?

Eve Crosbie




senior yes, with Australian actress Rebel Wilson Next This is us Actor Justin Hartley and icon of the nineties Alice Silverstonehas been a treat for viewers since its debut Netflix last week.


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However, while enjoying the new film, one fan has quite an encyclopedic knowledge of early noughties pop was quick to point out a major mistake the film had made.


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They wrote on Twitter: “I see #SeniorYear on @Netflix and already a glaring mistake. they used A moment like this by @KellyClarkson in the cheer routine…in May 2002…when it came out in September 2002. oops. @RebelWilson haha.”


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And it turns out that the Kelly Clarkson tune isn’t the only song used in the film that wasn’t released during the film’s events. Avril Lavignes hit catchy tune Sk8 Boiwhich was also used in a flashback scene in May 2002 was also not released until September.


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Did you spot the mistake in one of the film’s flashback scenes?


Still, viewers enjoy the nostalgic – and mostly accurate – soundtrack of the ’00s and late ’90s.


“Oh my god the #SeniorYear soundtrack is so bright and Rebel Wilson is killing it. she is so high candy by Mandy Moore you drive me Crazy from Queen Britney, Man I feel like a woman by Queen Shania. Love this movie,” one commented, and another said, “My 2000s heart was SO happy watching it senior year on @Netflix. The music. Clothes.”


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So will you watch? The film’s official synopsis reads, “She’s the captain of the cheerleading squad, dating the quarterback and on track to be prom queen. Girls want to be her and boys want to be with her. She has it all – until she falls off the top of the cheerleading pyramid and falls into a coma.


20 years later, Ruby finally awakens from her coma as a 37-year-old woman. She’s going back to her high school and trying to embrace her role as the star of her school. Above all, she is still determined to win the crown as prom queen.”


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