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Dean Slater: Resident Advisor (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 27 August 2013 (USA)
Three college freshmen tackle their first semester under the guidance of their legendary stand-in R.A.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Dean Slater
Nick Renaud ... Tyler Harris
... Cory Burton
... Yuji Sikora
... Hanna
... Layne
... Allie
... Samantha Montaigne
David Wilson Page ... Chip
... Mr. Montaigne
... Mr. Harris
... Chancellor Norden
... Mrs. Harris
... Katrina
... Miranda (as Kim Hidalgo)


After their overenthusiastic RA is imprisoned in Mexico, a group of college freshmen are plunged into their first semester under a renegade Resident Advisor, Dean "The Dean" Slater. The boys battle viral video stigma, psychotic girlfriends, and hangovers on their way to creating a more analogue college experience. Written by Christian Sander

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Our floor is gonna blow... THE MIND!




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27 August 2013 (USA)  »

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R.A. Resident Advisor  »

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$1,200,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Colin Sander is a professional kendama player and taught the actors over the course of the shoot. See more »

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Not What I Expected
29 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

I have been a fan of Nathalia Ramos' for a few years now and when I heard her new movie, Dean Slater, was being released I thought I would at least look it up and see what it was. I then found that it was a direct-to-video release and I had my doubts. Regardless I paid the $3.99 on iTunes and rented it. Like my title suggests, it was not what I expected. I half-expected a cheap budget, weak acting, and a horrendous, stupid plot. I was actually surprised to find that I enjoyed the movie. True it is not Citizen Kane by any stretch nor a Mel Brooks or Monty Python comedy. It seems to be a take on the eighties movies that I grew up. The humor is basically sophomoric (of course there's farting and a guy who likes to urinate), but hey I enjoy that style sometimes. The story itself centers around three college freshmen and their replacement RA, the mysterious and banished former SCSU student Dean Slater. Dean is to them, their guru who teaches them to experience college and life in general. Being one who doesn't actually own a cell phone I agreed with most of what they had to say. Yes, the plot actually had something to say. Not always well, but it did have a moral. The acting was for the most part pretty good, and the scenes didn't looked slapped together. The writing was okay, some of it seemed forced, and I will admit some dialogue just seemed stupid to me. Not funny stupid, just not needed. That and it seemed the three writers tried a little too hard to fit in too many things plot-wise in the allotted 83 minutes. Plus there were a few things missing that could have been explained. Overall, though I still found myself enjoying the movie. Something I find not that often with today's movies. If you're looking for something intelligent with a deep message, don't bother. If you're looking for something silly, to entertain you for a short time I would suggest this. Heck, you could do worse.

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