Excerpt: Paul Rudd sure hasn’t had luck at the box office lately. Our Idiot Brother , Wanderlust and now Admission have all failed to bring in big numbers. Rudd is certainly a likeable actor, but he’s best served as a supporting character.
Conclusion: 'Admission' feels far too jumbled and tonally inept to be considered a comedy that's worth your time. There is the saving grace that Rudd and Fey are in it, and most of their scenes together work, sadly the movie as a whole falls pretty flat.
Conclusion: Were Admission a Princeton applicant it would quickly be tossed in amongst the promising hopefuls too ordinary and underwhelming to compete with the cream of the crop. Fey, Rudd and their talented co-stars are wasted on an uneven script that lurches from one "funny" bit to the next, hurrying past...
Excerpt: Problemet med denna romantiska komedi med Tina Fey som syokonsulent och Paul Rudd som bekymmerslös lärare/uppvaktare är att den försöker vara en romantisk komedi när den egentligen handlar om något annat.