Budding young artist Rafe (Griffin Gluck) transfers to a new middle school, where the rules-obsessed principal (Andrew Daly) quickly punishes him for his failure to conform by destroying a book of his drawings. Rafe then decides to fight back by playing pranks and breaking every rule in school. Lauren Graham, Rob Riggle, Adam Pally, and Retta co-star. Directed by Steve Carr.~Jack Rodgers
That Middle School life
Middle School = the worst/Making movies = the best
The wedgie wheel
Yolo: behind operation rafe
Griffin GluckRafe Khatchadorian
Rob RiggleCarl aka "Bear"
Adam PallyMr. Teller
Angela OhSuperintendant Hwang
Santana DraperMiddle School Student
James PattersonBook Author
Jeff CardoniComposer (Music Score)
Wendy Greene BricmontEditor
Perry Andelin BlakeProduction Designer
Alan AuArt Director
James PattersonExecutive Producer
Jeff SkollExecutive Producer
Michael FlynnExecutive Producer
Robert KesselExecutive Producer
Steve BowenExecutive Producer
Susan CartsonisExecutive Producer
Melinda SandersSet Decorator
Olivia MilesCostume Designer
Marty Eli SchwartzFirst Assistant Director
Jay MeagherSound Mixer
Michael FlynnProduction Manager
Tony LambertiRe-Recording Mixer
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life [DVD] 
My son wanted to see this movie so I originally rented it. It has been a while since I laughed out loud in a movie. This movie is like Ferris Bueller Day Off and Home Alone rolled into one. My son loved it and I loved it. So we bought it. Excellent funny movie. The drop ins of over exaggerated cartoons definitely added a lot to it.
It's hard to cope, as a preteen, with subjects that totally change your world. A family death, multiple moves and school changes, a jerk for your mom's boyfriend, what's a young man to do? Use his imagination for justice, of course. Our family likes this movie. It's entertaining and touching.
I really liked this movie. I Love how the students get the Principle to break all of his own rules without him even knowing who is really behind all the stunts that are pulled off. If you need a good laugh, watch this movie. I know you will enjoy it as much as I did.
I purchased this without much back-knowledge and only vague remembrance of it in the theaters. But, I was looking for a good "watch with the fam" movie and this was a winner! Kids (aged 16 and 11) both enjoyed it - so this was a great choice! CUTE movie.
My 12 y.o. daughter wanted to see this movie so we saw it as a family. It certainly is not the best movie ever made nor close but it is a reasonable family movie. As an adult, I LOL'd a couple of times. My daughters certainly enjoyed it.
Honestly, I wasn't expecting much from this movie. My son had been wanting it so we got it. There is actually a really good storyline along with the funny things. My son's 3rd grade class voted to watch it & they all loved it too.