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About the Movie
Produced by MTV Films, The Perfect Score is a teen crime comedy about a group of high school students who decide to steal the answers to the SAT exam. Kyle (Chris Evans) wants to be an architect, but his scores are too low to get into the school of his choice. Matty (Bryan Greenberg) is heartbroken when he is rejected from the school to which his girlfriend goes. Good girl Anna (Erika Christensen) is pressured by her parents to excel in academics and remain innocent. Desmond (Darius Miles) is a basketball player who believes the SAT exam is racist. Rounding out the group is gutsy Francesca (Scarlett Johansson) and lonely Roy (Leonardo Nam).
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 108
- Fresh: 18
- Rotten: 90
- Average Rating: 3.8/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: When the most entertaining thing about a film is the printed press material that mimics the look of the test, you know you're in trouble.
Rotten: Lively and fun in places, but overall it has a listless, tepid feel.
Rotten: A dull film with unsympathetic characters brought together by a gimmicky premise that's handled with no imagination and a pristine fraudulence of emotion.
Rotten: Its rebel yell takes a back seat to the inevitabilities of the squeaky plot.
Every teenager should watch this movie. It's hilarious and great to calm your nerves before taking a huge test like the SAT. The movie is so hilariously funny you will be rolling on the floor laughing. WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!!
Well worth the money
I would highly recomend this movie to anyone, it is hilarious throughout. If you havent seen this move i would recomend buying it and if you have buy it for your iPod it is the perfect way to calm yourself down before or after a big day (trust me i tried) so buy this movie
This is a totally funny movie that is worth the 9.99 it costs.
- Genre: Comedy
- Released: 2004
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