When I saw this movie, I wasn't yet thinking about it that much about the subject. There's a university in New Jersey called Princeton where this film takes place, where Tina Fey's character, Portia, works when it comes to deciding who can make it into the university. When she decides to visit a school, she meets a man named John Pressman who is caring for an adopted son and a boy named Jeremiah, played by the former Naked Brothers Band star Nat Wolff, who is very experienced but, like me, his grades don't really show it. Not only that, there's evidence that Jeremiah might be Portia's son.
None of this really interested me because there didn't really seem to have much effort in making the movie. I felt it was a film that was more fun to make than to watch. It goes tediously through the motions, without anything really that memorable, except for a scene during the admission decisions, where the group goes through people and decides to deny them one by one. That really hurt my feelings, how just because of not having enough space, everyone pretty much throws possibilities and dreams away. And Tina Fey and Paul Rudd just don't add much at all, preventing me from caring for characters I feel I should've been caring for. The one thing I can give it is despite Paul Rudd being on screen, it's watchable.