Dean Slater: Resident Advisor

Dean Slater: Resident Advisor

After their overenthusiastic RA is imprisoned in Mexico, a group of college freshmen are plunged into their first semester under a renegade Resident Advisor, Dean "The Dean" Slater. The boys battle viral video stigma, psychotic girlfriends, and hangovers on their way to creating a more analogue college experience.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:beer,   beach,   party,  

Three college freshmen tackle their first semester under the guidance of their legendary stand-in R.A. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dean Slater: Resident Advisor torrent reviews

Walter M (br) wrote: Before there was a Serge Gainsbourg(Eric Elmosnino), there was a Lucien Ginsburg(Kacey Mottet Klein), who as a child during the Nazi occupation of France, shows up early to get his yellow star. Otherwise, his musician father(Razvan Vasilescu) wants him to follow in his footsteps but young Lucien has other ideas that involve an interest in painting, especially after an early encounter with a nude model(Ophelia Kolb). As an adult, he is still studying art, at least until he meets Juliette Greco(Anna Mouglalis), Dali's mistress, as his mind goes back to music where the money is. As much as the spirited and sexy biopic "Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life" assumes the audience already knows about the work of the legendary composer and musician, it does not hurt the movie as it takes more of a psychological and expressionistic view, starting with the cool animated opening titles, as Gainsbourg is advised by his walking id(Doug Jones,) who also interacts with other characters, well into adulthood. That's when he gets to live the life he always dreamed of as a child with a panoply of beautiful women, and smoking cigarettes that make him look cool and which will also be the end of him. But if he could also make great songs like 'Bonnie and Clyde' with Brigitte Bardot(Laetitia Casta), I'm more than willing to look the other way.

Matt J (kr) wrote: Not a bad movie at all! The ending is a bit of a let down with no real explanation as to why what's happened throughout the film actually happened. Overall though ... very good.

Elgan D (it) wrote: Interesting view on the shortcomings of modern military policy.

Lu Z (au) wrote: great movie.. T_T absolutely beautiful...tears.

MF J (us) wrote: An interesting adaptation of one of Stephen King's novel, this story of a man who loses weight following the curse of a gypsy on him is pretty cool. The special effects are interesting & the film carries the story pretty well.

Lui Alfredo S (nl) wrote: Great movie!"Sometimes you have to lose yourself before you can find anything."

Andy F (ag) wrote: Breathtaking, spellbinding movie based on the classic MR James story. Beautifully shot, wonderfully played and mature ahead of the time it was made. Another of the all time classics and deservedly so.

Jonathan K (de) wrote: Very entertaining family flick.

Roxanne D (gb) wrote: I was relieved this was nothing like the fault in our stars, but I wasn't sure what to think for a second there. Would this movie examine a sympathetic yet wayward guy who doesn't take anything seriously, himself, or women; was it, like the trailer threatened, a movie about young/first/confused love; or was it a movie about a young girl in the throes of an abusive relationship? Not really. Turns out this was, in a really understated and seemingly opaque way, a movie about a young man discovering self-worth, and ultimately overcoming his father's influence. A common coming of age, but not really obvious until you watch it to the end. The film isn't emotionally chronological, because emotion and feeling don't manifest linearly; with that said, once you reach the end, it becomes clear that it's not really a love story, rather a coming of age set to the backdrop of a romance.