My brother's friend's ex-boyfriend's dad loaned me this movie. He told me it was his favorite movie ever.
I didn't have the heart to tell him I didn't think it was anything special.
Sure, the message is good, but there's so many other movies that have the same sentimentality. The only thing that sets "With Honors" apart is that a young Brendan Fraser, a peak-90s Moira Kelly, and a chill Joe Pesci costar in a movie that wants to be Dead Poets Society for college students, but ends up being forgettable with the over-sweetness of Patch Adams.