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    After being rejected from every college he applied, Bartleby Gaines opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
    Duration: 93 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 6.4
    (9) Voted
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  • Actors of "Accepted"

  • Characters of "Accepted"

    Bartleby Gaines. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Justin Long
    Sherman Schrader. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Jonah Hill
    Glen. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Adam Herschman
    Daryl 'Hands' Holloway. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Columbus Short
    Rory Thayer. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Maria Thayer
    Ben Lewis. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Lewis Black
    Monica Moreland. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Blake Lively
    Jack Gaines. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Mark Derwin
    Diane Gaines. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Ann Cusack
    Lizzie Gaines. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Hannah Marks
    Abernathy Darwin Dunlap. Character of Accepted
    Mike Welsh. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Sam Horrigan
    The Ringers. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Joe Hursley
    Dean Richard Van Horne. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Anthony Heald
    Hoyt Ambrose. Character of Accepted
    Drop-off Dad. Character of Accepted
    Played by: Scott Adsit
  • Directors of "Accepted"

    Steve Pink. Director of Accepted
    Steve Pink
  • Creators of "Accepted"

    Adam Cooper. Director of Accepted
    Adam Cooper
    Bill Collage. Director of Accepted
    Bill Collage
  • Critic Reviews of "Accepted"

    Ebert & Roeper
    August 21, 2006

    Even the characters in the movie are saying at the beginning, 'This is crazy. This will never work.' And I'm like, you know what? You're right. It never will. Not for one second. Even in a whacky comedy like this.

    Toronto Star
    August 19, 2006

    Here's the final mystery about Accepted: Why title a movie that so readily invites the headline Rejected as a critical riposte?

    Seattle Times
    August 18, 2006

    Even though it outright plagiarizes many plot points and gags of that generational classic, Accepted can't make the leap from contrived to genuine comedy.

    Wall Street Journal
    August 18, 2006

    Go right ahead and skip this one at the Cineplex. You've got my word: It won't be on the final.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    August 18, 2006

    If you can lighten up for an hour and a half, the film delivers one good laugh after another.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    August 18, 2006

    Too bad what begins as a cheerfully irreverent comedy in the tradition of Animal House gets all pious when it slams fraternity culture at neighboring Harmon College.
    December 28, 2010

    It has a few funny bits here and there, but they're deeply mired in the seen-it-all-beforeness of the film.

    Reel Film Reviews
    May 17, 2007

    Sporadically entertaining but relentlessly lightweight...

    The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
    March 15, 2007

    Though keeping worthwhile targets - like professors who want to see their most creative students fail - director Steve Pink lets his punk inspiration slide into standard school rivalries and unrelated slapstick.

    Film Journal International
    March 01, 2007

    The movie works on the pure energy of its straight-faced silliness.

    Film Freak Central
    November 12, 2006

    [Accepted] would be funnier with an R rating on principle

    October 05, 2006

    Average comedy that's low on jokes and doesn't quite live up to its premise, though it remains watchable thanks to a charming performance by Justin Long.

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