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Post GradRyden Malby graduates from college and has to move back in with her weird family, while she attempts to find a job, the right guy, and just a hint of where her life is headed. If she is to gain traction in her life again, Ryden will have to make a new plan.
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Directors of "Post Grad"Vicky Jenson
Creators of "Post Grad"Kelly Fremon Craig
Critic Reviews of "Post Grad"Chicago ReaderJune 10, 2013
Director Vicky Jenson has a sitcom script on her hands and proceeds accordingly.Salon.comAugust 28, 2009
Post-Grad finds Alexis Bledel sinking into the quicksand of typecasting, playing nearly the same role she perfected during seven seasons as the ambitious Rory on Gilmore Girls.Entertainment WeeklyAugust 21, 2009
Alexis Bledel plays a Ms. Sunshine who's fresh out of college and unable to find work, and thus -- conveniently for the uninspired makers of this dismayingly conservative dramedy -- she's temporarily bunking back homeNew York PostAugust 21, 2009
Excessive niceness may be an unfair charge to lob at a movie, but Post Grad is so swaddled in good intentions that it's like taking a very short journey cushioned on all sides by air bags. That are stuffed with cotton candy.Newark Star-LedgerAugust 21, 2009
The story that writer Kelly Fremon wants to tell in Post Grad -- recent college grad strikes out at finding a job, moves back home with her wacky family and finds true love -- is pretty tired.TheMovieReport.comJanuary 25, 2014
Ho-hum stuff.People MagazineJune 10, 2013
Like festive icing on a plain vanilla cake, a fun cast and offbeat humor hugely increase the palatability of Post Grad.TV GuideJune 10, 2013
With a formulaic plot and uninspiring dialogue, not even Mr. Mom can help the film stay afloat.Movies.comApril 04, 2011
It acts like the audience knows nothing about how humans behave or find jobs or keep them or have romantic relationships or exist in families.Reel Film ReviewsFebruary 12, 2011
Director Vicky Jenson has infused Post Grad with all the subtlety and substance of a garden-variety sitcom...GuardianJanuary 05, 2010
There's certainly a lot of material there but none of the comedy works in any way at all and Keaton is a dead zone at the centre of the film.
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