Admissions Open... Do What You Are Born For...
Unable to secure college admissions, students join a rebel professors' unaccredited institute.
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Admissions Open... Do What You Are Born For... torrent reviews
Wayne C (gb) wrote: Very interesting for anyone into Halloween attractions.
Nicki M (us) wrote: Didn't expect much, but this was quite a sweet little movie. I have the Australian rental copy which is renamed "Love is in the air" and has a big picture of a smiling Makin Ackerman on the cover, so I was expecting something very light and fluffy. Actually, Jenna Fischer is the main actress and Malin has a smaller role as her younger, but more stable sister. Jenna plays a young woman who has lost her job, then her flat and has to move in with her sister who is hellbent on matchmaking her with an absolute douche author who runs seminars on how to talk to people. Honesty I did not recognize Topher Grace in his wig. I couldn't stand the character, but full points as I think that was the idea! Along the way she meets a similarly lost man who does street art as a mechanical giant and the two connect. The movie is nicely done and a little deeper than I expected. Yes, it gets a little far fetched at the end, but it's sweet. Definitely sat through worse.
Franky C (gb) wrote: So much fun. First of all, it's beautiful. Those opening credits were incredible. The performances were fun. The dialogue was so unnatural, and it felt in just the right place for this movie. The kids were hilarious. Music amazing. So much Wes Anderson, and in this case you can't have too much of a good thing.
Giuliano D (kr) wrote: Winslet is mesmerizing.
Aaron V (jp) wrote: A boring ill timed comedy with lazy gags and a boring story to go with it. Skip this movie you'll be glad you did.
Mike (ag) wrote: It ain't no any replica but a real, big, solid piece of filmmaking!
Matt J (es) wrote: I loved this movie. One of my favorites. Smart, great acting and funny.
Steve W (gb) wrote: Finally able to actually watch it all the way through, I give it an extra star for Bruce Campbell and one for the security doors scene. Everything else was too quirky and I just didn't enjoy it at all.
Stuart B (es) wrote: a classic british comedy/ satire portraying industry and the working classes in post war britain. featuring some great comic performances from sellers and thomas. outstanding.