Post Grad (2009)

Rated PG-13

Ryden Malby always assumed that with her college diploma, she’ll get a job and an apartment. When that doesn’t happen she’ll need to think about Plan B.

I’ll admit it right off the top. It’s been a couple of weeks since I watched this film and for the life of me, I can’t remember how it ended. Did she get the guy? Did she move out of her parents home? What happened? I don’t believe I fell asleep. I think I would remember doing that. Oh, well. What I can remember is that this film isn’t worth a watch. I don’t think it was bad, I loved Michael Keaton as Ryden’s father but it’s definitely not a memorable movie. I wish it was. I’ve had this film on my to watch list since 2009 and it took me three years to watch. I now wish I did wast my time on it. I’m giving it a more negative review than I intend due to the fact that it just wasn’t enjoyable. I truly wished it was.

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