Pay it Forward

A young boy is assigned a project to "change the world" by a new Social Studies teacher. He comes up with the "Pay it Forward", a system where he does 3 really good deeds for 3 different people and these people have to do 3 other good deeds for 3 other people.

Continuity mistake: At one point late in the movie, Arlene McKinney is at the kitchen sink. If you look through the window it is daylight out. She then goes outside and it is night.

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Arley: Jesus, you are really somethin'.
Eugene: Thanks. I appreciate the euphemism. I always wanted to be somethin'.

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