Honor Student



IMDb Rating 5 10 295


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October 27, 2020


Josie Loren as Angela Morrissey
Michael Hogan as Cop in Subway
Niall Matter as Luke
Sarah Strange as Miss Sinclaire
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815.52 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
91 min
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1.48 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
91 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 2 / 10 / 10

bad TV movie ends even worst

Teresa Smith is one of the inmates attending Nicholas Howarth's writing class. Nick draws out a story from her which turns out to be the murder she committed. He uses that story and writes a best selling book. Five years later, he's happily married to Lana. She's newly pregnant but reluctant to tell him the news. Then Teresa comes back into his life wanting recognition and half of the money for her story. Nick is such a pathetic character that he makes it hard to sit through. Teresa is a good psycho character but there are so many issues. At least, Nick eventually goes to the sheriff about the ex con stalking him. It's almost salvaged until Teresa hits herself with the ketchup bottle. It is one of the silliest staged event. The movie cannot recover and then the story nosedives in one of the most ridiculous endings. Talk about writer's block. I've never seen it portrayed in that way although originality is no saving grace in this case. This is really bad.

Reviewed by jensenholmesPA 1 / 10 / 10

Horrible ending

This suspense film looked good in the trailer so my husband and I watched it. For about 90% of the film, I would have rated it a 6. It is a typical female stalker type thriller and the stalker actress (the 'student') is pretty damn scary. However, the ending of this film bumps this down to a dismal 2. I literally screamed at the TV. It's like the network or director decided to go for an upbeat ending at the last second, and changed the last two pages of the screenplay. Nothing that comes before makes the ending credible in any way. Horrible. Truly horrible. It would be like Fatal Attraction ending with the couple engaged in a happy polygamous relationship with the Glenn Close character after she'd killed their bunny and everything else. No. Just no.

Reviewed by rps-2 1 / 10 / 10

Awfully stupid/stupidly awful

Yet another in the unending flood of colossally terrible Canadian movies, a waste of thousands of feet of celluloid which might better have been used doing a documentary on clams or preserving the dental x-rays of all the prime ministers. The plot is stupid. It's worse than stupid. It's dumb. It's absurd. It's unrealistic. It's clichéd. It's moronic. And although they haven't ceded British Columbia to the United States yet again, as so many of these trashy tokens of Canadian content do, they sure have not set their ridiculous story in Canada. There was that one reference to "flying to Seattle" just to assure us all that this was good old American BS. The wimps who spliced this junk into a thoroughly dreadful movie --- one which should make all Canadians cringe in shame --- did not even have the guts to use the Canadian spelling HONOUR in the title. Why do we keep trying to make movies? Leave that to other more talented nations. Like Botswana. Maybe we can just make the popcorn. We make pretty good popcorn.

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