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Although it falls far short of fulfilling its full potential as a dark comedy of desperation, Dead Man on Campus is a modestly amusing trifle that merits a passing grade as lightweight entertainment. Read full review
The story's not much, but this dark comedy contains moments of unexpected wit. Read full review
A predictably dumb movie made for very young audiences, playing to youth's love of excess and loaded with masturbation jokes. Read full review
The bad news is that the opening credits, which make sick and darkly comic allusions to suicide, are the best thing about the film. Read full review
As a satire of new-style collegiate types, this MTV production actually evinces a few germs of rancid wit. Read full review
Unfortunately for the poor viewer trapped into sitting through this 95 minute mess, the humor is both conventional and unfunny, the script never takes any chances, and the ending is a cop-out. Read full review
The overall premise, involving mental illness and suicide, isn't all that funny, at least not in practice, and the picture begins to seem labored and long. Read full review
Dead Man on Campus, a supposed black comedy produced by MTV, is simply awful. Read full review
A dark comedy caught in a white-light washout, it's neither mean enough to be funny, nor funny enough to mean much. Read full review
The product of a first-time director and writers who have no sense of scene structure or shape, or even a discernible sense of humour. Read full review
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