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Freshman, The (1990) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

4785

Avg. Rating:

2.66/4

# of Ratings:

40

Genres:

Comedy, Crime

Rating:

PG

Language:

English

Theater Date:

07/20/1990

Director:

Andrew Bergman

Actors:

Marlon Brando
Matthew Broderick
Bruno Kirby
Penelope Ann Miller
Frank Whaley
Jon Polito

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

When Clark Kellog's luggage is stolen his first day at film college in New York, he tracks down the thief, only to find that all his money is gone, but to make it up to him, the thief offers him a job, working for his uncle. All he has to do is pick up a package at the airport and deliver it. The package turns out to be a huge monitor lizard. Thus begins Clark's adventures with the underworld of endangered animal trafficking. But is life with the Mafia really what it seems?

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Indyfreak 08/21/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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A sweet natured comedy lightly riffing on Brando's most famous role, Matthew Broderick finds himself in the exotic animal trade by happenstance as he arrives at NYC for college. Penelope Ann Miller steals many of her scenes as the winsome daughter of aging crime boss Jimmy the Toucan (Brando).

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Yojimbo 10/15/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Mildly amusing gangster comedy that probably would've disappeared under the radar if it weren't for Marlon Brando's self parodying turn as an ageing mobster.

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