How I Got Into College

How I Got Into College

The simple story of two young Michigan high school students, Jessica, Class President, Local Smart Girl, and object of Marlon's affections attempt to get into a small Pennsylvania college. Jessica fights off her parent's expectation of going to their alma mater of the University of Michigan, while Marlon fights his grades and SAT scores.

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Parker W (br) wrote: This documentary is complete and utter bullshitWake up people OWS was an attempt by people that are fed up with the status-qou and decided to stand up for our civil liberties, justice and financial equality, fixing capitalism by integrating new economic systems , fair and transparent banking, getting money out of politics and to fight against the same people promoting this blatantly right wing documentary that was funded by the same organization that made it legal for corporations to donate or in other words buy/corrupt the same politicians and congress that have got us into this messLabeling the entire Occupy Movement as a group of people who dont believe in the constitution or freedom and labeling its protestors as drug addicts, rapers and killers who only want to destroy property and cause violence is an blatant and disgusting lie that any person with half a brain knows is simply not true This documentary is simply a lousy right wing political attempt as discrediting a movement that went against everything wrong with our institutions, banks and government, while yes it did house some "crazies" and "idiots" but what movement or group of people doesn't? I just cannot believe people can watch this and not realize its simply just another conservative attempt at justifying the corruption and extortion in this country by the financial elite by accusing OWS as being an hate filled, dark anarchist, violence driven liberal movement to destroy the government; B U L L S H I T

krupa p (it) wrote: japanese version was very cute

Fabien R (mx) wrote: Une formule bien rod (C)e qui permet de pass (C) un bon petit moment.

Stuart P (kr) wrote: And what the hell is this mess? I literally wanted to gouge my eyes out just so i would have something else to do. The cover is so misleading. The hunter looks wuite cool but in reality its a man dressed in tin foil and a saucepan on his head. I mean... it's so shit. My friends and I cut up the dvd quite happily, not being able to face the sheer embarrassment of having this in our dvd collection. Even for bad movie lovers, this film is a challenge. I would be surprised if anyone has ever made it to the end of this. WARNING: It will make you want to kill yourself. This is the longest review i have ever written on this site but i feel as if i should warn you all of the monstrosity that is this film. It makes me shudder just to think about it. Don't watch this.

Greg W (ca) wrote: just ok has serious plot holes that need patching

Donald C (nl) wrote: Very good movie. Costner knows how to do baseball movies

Chris S (kr) wrote: Jess Franco is a hack director and I'm sure he'd be the first to admit it. From the films of his I've seen, of which this is one, his "technique" appears mainly to consist of going on holiday with a small group of enthusiastic "actors" with whom he then proceeds to make up a film (or two!) on the spot. Because of this the majority of his plots are horror based, and often feature a large dollop of softcore sex to soften the realisation that you're watching an unscripted pile of crap. So why three stars? Because, at some point in every Franco movie I've seen, there has always been a flash (and I do mean a flash) of greatness that somehow makes the whole experience seem worthwhile. But be warned, he's an acquired taste and one that I'm not sure I even like. And he does love that zoom button!

Frank Santos C (br) wrote: Oh my God! This movie is so idiotic thats irritating. I hated that i wasted time watching this piece of steaming crap! Horrible. But it's my fault for trying to watch an effin "teen" movie.

James B (de) wrote: decent but love story was a poor addition to the movie

Vicki T (br) wrote: Great movie! Harold Lloyd is an amazing actor, and this movie is just one example of that.

Naomi G (ru) wrote: Have you ever wondered why Raymond Burr is the star of a Japanese movie?Well, it's because the Japanese want to sell the movie to americans, like toyotas and they need an american guy to do it, you might answer. You got the answer partially correct, the problem is that I was looking at a very old VHS tape of Godzilla - it was called just "Godzilla" apparently, back then - and the producers listed on the credits are all guys, from Hollywood, who produce the usual, traditional Hollywood products. I guess Toho films is like one of those offshore bank accounts. A more likely reason that Hollywood decided to go to Japan to make it's monster movie, is that if you're a girl, like me, you'd know that us girls do not like to buy our handbags from designers from the US. We like to buy them from France, or Italy or...I guess that's it France or Italy, anyway it's the same thing with guys: wouldn't you rather have a Ferrari than a Corvette? So these Hollywood guys must have thought, maybe the same thing can work if we take your average run of the mill monster movie, make an identical monster with a different, Japanese name, and give it the full Japanese monte. And you know what? It worked, Hollywood has made some dough off ole Godzilla. Of course they could have just imported a Japanese movie...but for me there's that sticky problem of the credits on the ole VHS box.Incidentally, when they decided it was a hit, and re-released it back to Japan, they edited out all of the americanisms.What's true is that if you look at the tv schedules of any tv station anywhere in the world, you will see that 75% of their programming are american tv shows from one of the big american tv networks.Hollywood is the capital of the world's cinema, there is practically nothing - movie wise - besides Hollywood.