Milez Das’s review published on Letterboxd:
Alright, Alright , Alright
Richard Linklater just takes a day in the life of students that sets up a truth about how we spend our teenage days.
Last day at school.Seniors who want to dominate juniors.Party. Getting high. Life's perspective. Boys pissed at their coach. Geeks trying to get involved but still keeping their criticism. Beer.
What I saw in this movie is what happens in reality, not all of this but the silly conversations, being confused, want to do some adult things, going crazy.
Also the conversations were written to the point exactly what would teenagers talk. It is mostly useless but it is important to them. They think they are mature. Hanging with some pass out students to look cool.
This movie is simple in the sense of life but the nature of showing is even more spectacular. Linklater just steadies himself in the situation of Dazed and Confused.