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Rushmore No More In the movie Rushmore Max Fischer Jason Schwartzman is a young boy who has dedicated his life to the extracurricular activities of Rushmore Academy He enters into a friendship with Ms Cross Olivia Williams an elementary school teacher at Rushmore in hope of pursuing a more intimate relationship with her In an outrageous performance for attention from Ms Cross Max winds up getting himself kicked out of the academy for good Shortly afterwards Max discovers that his best friend Herman Blume Bill Murray has been chasing after Ms Cross behind his back The plot quickly spines into a vicious and above all childish love battle that is as soon resolved and forgotten as though nothing had happened From the beginning to the end of this movie the plot never seems to get any better only worse First of all it begins with an overly pathetic nerd that seems to contradict everything he is suppose to be Then it leads into the vicious love battle between Max and Mr Blume that not only suggest that relationships between 15 year olds and an adult is okay but it also shows that friendships really arent deserving of respect Finally the movie concludes with a happy ending as though none of the movie had just existed it was an ending you could stick on just about any typical movie Max Fischer has all the qualities to be the perfect nerd but throughout the movie he totally contradicts everything He becomes the reinvented nerd that Wes Anderson intended him to be but there were to many actual nerd qualities involved to make him anything that would be considered different than the normal Max is the top of the extracurricular totem pole yet hes the underdog of the academic world Hes popular among the general vote yet hes still being beat by the bully It makes you want to reach into the screen and slap the
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