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Posted on 03.27.2013

You may think initially that Tina Fey and Paul Rudd’s new film Admission would be one of those awful “rom-coms,” where the funniest parts of the movie are shown in the commercials before you even get a chance to see it. Much to my surprise, this was not the case for this quirky film. While some of the scenes were a bit cheesy, I still found myself laughing nearly the entire time I was in the theatre. Fey is smart and full of quips, as she usually is. Rudd is his usually adorable self, playing a good opposite to Fey. Their characters balance each other out perfectly so you don’t get too irritated with either of them. My only complaint would be the predictability factor of the movie. Don’t expect any big twists or surprises with this one. The plot is exactly what you think it’s going to be, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I would certainly say that “Admission” is worth renting from your local Redbox when it goes on DVD. As far as paying ten to twelve dollars to see it, that’s entirely up to you.


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