Shocked meeting her son, Portia Nathans, a smart admission officer, who years ago, left her son for adoption, in order to take the great opportunity to work as an admission officer in Princeton, as after helping a young teenager guy taking a tour in the town, she is shocked by finding out that he is her son, the thing that turns upside down her life.
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Reel Film Reviews
November 11, 2016 Admission fizzles out to an almost aggressive extent and finally does conclude on as anticlimactic a note as one could envision...Read in Source
November 05, 2013 A romantic dramedy about a passionate erudite oddball woman with her own life? Hooray!Read in Source
April 01, 2013 The many strands of this amiable yet overstuffed romantic comedy don't hang together, though each, on its own, has a modest charm.Read in Source
March 22, 2013 If Fey ends up making movies as good as this one over the next few years, television's loss will have been cinema's gain, for real.Read in Source
Christian Science Monitor
March 22, 2013 Granted, this is not automatic laugh-riot material, nor should it be, but didn't Fey recognize how hackneyed it all is?Read in Source
June 21, 2016 It is neither a broad comedy nor a dopey rom-com; it's actually, surprisingly enough, a seriocomic drama in something resembling the Alexander Payne mold, a slightly eccentric examination of flawed people doing their very best.Read in Source
March 22, 2013 What is most distressing about Admission is that it serves as further evidence that Tina Fey, despite her dominance of the small screen, has not yet mastered the big one.Read in Source
January 03, 2014 At the heart of the problem with this movie are matters of logic and cogency.Read in Source
March 22, 2013 This is certainly an interesting idea, though the movie is badly handicapped by Fey, who must venture beyond her usual snippiness into scenes of genuine poignancy and proves unequal to the task.Read in Source
March 08, 2017 Because all these narrative threads are presented with equal emphasis, no single one feels fully developed. And Fey and Rudd's screen time together is rushed; audiences don't get the chance to become invested in their characters.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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