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The Perfect Score (2004)

Cast: Erika Christensen, Chris Evans, Bryan Greenberg, more...
Director: Brian Robbins
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Studio: Paramount
Genre: Capers
Running Time: 92 min.
Languages: English, French
Subtitles: English
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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). ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide

Special Features:

  • Commentary by Director Brian Robbins and Screenplay Writer Mark Schwahn
  • Making 'The Perfect Score'
  • Original Theatrical Trailer

GreenCine Member Reviews

Not perfect--but up there by talltale June 20, 2004 - 3:27 PM PDT
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Charm and interesting characters can go a long way in making adults appreciate a teen movie. On this score THE PERFECT SCORE rates--if not perfect--pretty darn high. This ensemble film about a group of high-schoolers intent on stealing the answers to the SAT is much more fun that you might expect. It gets better as it goes along (often the reverse is true), and it has an unusual amount of honest and surprising moments, as well as some quietly pungent dialog that seldom gets heavy-handed or sentimental. Along the way, the film makes some interesting points about standardized tests vs non-standardized students, and its handling of the "morality" of stealing is a bit more nuanced than you'll find in most teen flicks. The cast is excellent, with Scarlett Johansson again proving how talented and versatile she can be. Newcomer Leonardo Nam is a delight: goofy, funny and wry. His line about why the SAT questions are easy is swift and priceless. Go ahead: add this one to your queue.

GreenCine Member Rating

(Average 5.61)
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