Friday, January 17, 2014

Stealing Harvard (2002)

Number Rolled: 66
Movie Name/Year: Stealing Harvard (2002)
Genre: Comedy
Length: 85 minutes
Rating: PG-13
Director: Bruce McCulloch
Writer: Martin Hynes, Peter Tolan
Actors: Jason Lee, Tom Green, Leslie Mann, Megan Mullally, Dennis Farina, Tammy Blanchard, Richard Jenkins, Chris Penn, John C. McGinley, Seymour Cassel, Mary Gillis, Bruce McCulloch,

John is in a bind. He finally saved up enough money to get a house with his fiancé. That would be a good thing except he already promised his father-less niece money for college. With his niece accepted into Harvard, he’s expected to pay a rather large sum. With no way to get the money and finding it difficult to turn to his soon-to-be wife, John goes to desperate lengths in order to keep the promise he made.

I don’t know how I sat through this movie. I didn’t so much as giggle throughout the entire thing. In fact the only part worth watching was the bloopers after the credits. Bad acting. Bad script. Bad plot. Every stereotype ever created for this kind of comedy.

I can’t. It was too bad. I think I lost 60 points of my IQ to this movie.

Netflix’s Prediction for Me – 2.7/5
Rotten Tomatoes Critic Score – 9%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score – 41%

Trust-the-Dice Score1/5

P.S. Bloopers after the credits are over.

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