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as Headmaster Felix Powers
as Tracy Stokes
as Karen Lopez
as Rob Donovan
as Captain Victor Delgado
as Lisa Brooks
as Sleepy Jones
as Alexander Jeffries
as Oliver Horn
as Melvin the Security Guard
as Detective Gallecki
as High School Hottie No. 1
as Ms. Hagery
as Michael Barry
as David Boscoe
as Beach Police Officer
as Warren Williams
as Female Teacher
as Botany Professor
as Earl the Bum
as High School Hottie No. 2
as Julian Reynolds
as Holding Cell Officer
as Math Professor
as Geek Math Guy
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Critic Reviews for Underclassman
Consists of little more than tired racial jokes and fish-out-of-water gags.
This is geared toward the preteen set, but director Marcos Siega proves inept at executing the most basic dramatic and comedic setups, and Cannon's mugging and preening quickly grow tiresome.
Almost comically unambitious, Underclassman seldom tries to be funny, and never even attempts to be original.
This is one of those movies where at the end of the year you'll say, 'Underclassman, what was that about? I don't even remember it.'
Less an original product than a shoddy tribute to other mediocre cop movies.
Hu, Marin and a very fine British actor, Hugh Bonneville (Iris) playing the school's headmaster, bring some desperately needed authenticity and texture to this Miramax film.
Audience Reviews for Underclassman
Reasonable entertainment for teens, but don't expect much if you have outgrown those days. As a youth it was a solid action comedy, but I found less excitement when I tried watching it again. (First viewing - Fall 2005 in theaters)
This movie was far less cheesy and over-the-top than I expected it to be. It's not an original story by any means, but it's still entertaining and worth the hour and a half. Nick Cannon is a far better actor than he is a musician.
Seriously. Wow. There's lame, and then there's lame, and then there's this crap. Nick Cannon proves why he's not in more movies, and Shawn Ashmore couldn't play a villian if the word were tattooed on his forehead. The lone star is for inexplicably keeping me awake at work after pulling an all-nighter.
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