"Spork," a funny, bittersweet look at middle school, may spark some familiar memories for audiences.
The musical comedy is about sticking out while trying to fit in. The film is described as a foul-mouthed sendup whose hero is a frizzy-haired outcast just trying to make it through the school day.
The film's promoters say the comedy's appeal is in the "quirky jokes, catchy tunes, mind-blowing dance moves and shocking social commentary."
The movie is tonight at 7:30 at the Baywalk 20 theater, and is a feature in the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Monthly Screening for Pride. Before the movie, there will be a live auction to benefit the film festival, with prizes that include a vacation in Orlando and a Caribbean cruise. Admission is $9.50, or $7 for students.