With Honors (1994)
With Honors (1994)
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as Homeless Woman
as Security Guard
as Harvard Cop
as Donation Student
as 1st Newspaper Purchaser
as Red Sox Fan
as 2nd Newspaper Puchaser
as Social Security Clerk
as Ms. Moore
as Homeless Man
as Church Custodian
as 2nd Homeless Man
as Doctor Kay
as Marilyn Monroe
as The Face
as Frank's Daughter
Critic Reviews for With Honors
This movie is predictable from scene one, though that wouldn't be a problem if it had a good script, good performances and solid direction. But it doesn't.
A politically correct, vastly sentimental and ultimately insincere saga of the friendship between a kind homeless man, played by Joe Pesci, and a guilt-ridden Harvard student, played byBrendan Frazer.
Obviously inspired by the success of Scent of a Woman, this one could have been called Scent of a Bum.
Do you amuse me, Joe Pesci? No, you do not.
Well meaning drama but oversimplifies a lot and plays the death card too easily.
One of the few films I've ever walked out on. Pesci and Fraser serve up unsympathetic and grating characters.
Audience Reviews for With Honors
A simplistic movie - a homeless bum teaches Harvard students what is important in life, but everything is too easy in this movie.
A great drama, I saw this for a class, which usually makes you dislike a movie, but this one was fantastic. The story is based on a real story, and the actors are good, and it's just so cool. If you like dramas, you have to see it.
I liked this one. The cast was really good and it gave Pesci a chance to shine while not being a goofball or a gangster. The rest of the cast was really good and the story moved along really well.
With Honors Quotes
|Simon Wilder:||When it comes to relationships, everybody's a used car salesman.|
|Monty Kessler:||Is that your philosophy? Don't trust anyone?|
|Simon Wilder:||No, you gotta trust people.You just can't believe in a warranty.|
|Simon Wilder:||You shall no longer take things at second or third hand, nor look through the eyes of the dead or feed on the specters of books. You shall not look through my eyes, either, or take things from me. You shall listen to all sides and filter them from yourself.|
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