Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
If you can lighten up for an hour and a half, the film delivers one good laugh after another. Read full review
Accepted's winning dumbness and breezy bons mots save it from the pit. Read full review
Low of brow and pure of heart, the movie plays like "Animal House" extra-lite, and as such it's decent indecent fun. Read full review
After a very funny start, there just isn't enough content to fill the feature-length curriculum. Read full review
Paradoxically fast-talking and laid back, Long's Bartleby appears to be the illegitimate child of Groucho Marx and Ferris Bueller, one whose schemes are far more impressive than his deeds. Read full review
Like its underachieving protagonist, Steve Pink's teen comedy Accepted flashes just enough charm to get by but is too lazy to really make anything of itself. Read full review
Even if you're willing to overlook the preposterous plot holes in its premise, Accepted pushes its luck in its final half-hour. Read full review
Mostly, it wallows in partying with a capital P. Read full review
A mildly funny PG-13 effort that is just dying to release an R- or unrated DVD version of itself. That way all the pool party sequences can lay off the false modesty. Read full review
Go right ahead and skip this one at the Cineplex. You've got my word: It won't be on the final. Read full review
tame and cuddly and sweet.
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