Admission - Review

There have been so many shrill, dumb, rinky-dink romantic comedies that it's easy to feel downright grateful when a smart, non-cheesy one comes along. Admission, a likably breezy campus movie directed by Paul Weitz (About a Boy), is blissfully non-insulting. The film is set at Princeton University, and Karen Croner's screenplay, which is based on Jean Hanff Korelitz's novel, crackles with the sound of very clever people trying to outtalk each other — an all too rare and happy thing to encounter in a Hollywood movie. READ MORE...


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