Rushmore

1998

Action / Comedy / Drama

150
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 150311

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Alexis Bledel as Student
Bill Murray as Herman Blume
Connie Nielsen as Mrs. Calloway
Olivia Williams as Rosemary Cross
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by QuickSickNick 10 / 10

tragic, hilarious, subtle, and powerful..... all at once

If you are looking for convention, don't see this movie. This movie isn't a happy story. Although you could say this movie has a happy ending, if you have a smile at the end of the film, you're missing something.

The characters are all disturbed on some level; Max, although giving the appearance of a mature young boy, really knows very little about life. Herman has the money and the house - but his kids are brats and his life is going nowhere. Rosemary is in love with the perfect man... but he is dead. Yes, this movie is funny, but I mean it when I say throughout the film I was on the verge of either bursting into laughter or tears.

The movie is funny because it's true. The movie is sad because it's true. What you expect to happen and what you hope happen never really happen, because really this movie is about life. If you're the type of person who can see the humor and sadness in everyday life, you'll love this movie. It may not be uplifting, but it is reassuring. These characters - with what little they have - learn to be happier people. They learn to move on.

Wes Anderson made a story that can encompass all these emotions in a relatively simply plot. Don't be fooled; a lot is going on here. Issues of love, social class, morality, and convention are all brought up. It will make you think about what kind of world you live in, and what kind of a person you are.

10/10

Reviewed by Gabrielius Eidintas 7 / 10

pleasant yet flawed work

one of Wes Anderson's earlier films named Rushmore presents the life and struggles of a 15 year old prodigy Max. This is where I found the first downside of the film - Jason Schwarzman's Max disappointed me. I did not feel any empathy towards this character. Thus I found no connection with him. In my opinion he was too unpredictable and at times even irritating. Bill Murray was great in this movie. Loved every second of his screen time. He pulled of a fine performance and impersonated a hilarious and complicated character. A had an issue with the visuals. I am a huge admirer of W. Anderson work and style I can assume that back in 1998 this style was not fully developed yet contains similarity to his other films. The range of colors used in Rushmore is wider compared to Moonrise Kingdom or even The Royal Tenenbaums and that I did not enjoy. I watch this director's films without searching for realism but at times this film seems to be too serious and at times so childish and audience members get confused. In conclusion Rushmore is a enjoyable and fun film to watch yet it did not affect me emotionally like other Anderson's films do so greatly.

Reviewed by potatonicole 9 / 10

So good!

Such a heartwarming little show. It had just the right amount of comedy, absurdity, romance and friendship. Some moments really touched me too :') I think this would be great to watch during the holidays, it just has that kind of vibe. Plus the aesthetics were on point, as usual, and the soundtrack was lovely. I loved it - Wes Anderson does it again!

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