The Underclassman (2005)

Underclassman
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG 13
Runtime 1hr 35mins.
Genres Drama, Crime, Comedy, Action
Keywords detective, fish-out-of-water, investigation, law enforcement, murder, undercover
Status Released
US Release Date
  
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    Our kids deserve better. This Nick Cannon-fronted sloppy action-comedy flops around with a sitcom's look-at-me spunk. The jokes are so bad, they're distracting. Look for The Underclassman to disappear by the third week of school.

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Mary Pat Gleason Actor School Administrator 1 1000008
Ian Gomez Actor Richard Gallecki 1 1000009
Marcos Siega Director n/a 2 2000001
Hugh Bonneville Actor Headmaster Powers 1 1000006
Shawn Ashmore Actor Rob Donovan 1 1000005
Roselyn Sanchez Actor Karen Lopez 1 1000002
Cheech Marin Actor Captain Victor Delgado 1 1000003
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Michael Goldman Executive Producer n/a 174 3000006
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Synopsis
Maverick cop Tracy "Tre" Stokes is about to get schooled in a whole new way of solving crime as he goes undercover at an elite private high school. A fast-talking, street-smart but baby-faced detective who's honed his renegade crime-fighting skills in urban L.A., Stokes has no clue what he's in for when he heads back to high school to infiltrate a group of ultra-rich, hyper-smart students under suspicion for murder. Cultures clash as Stokes' no-holds-barred style meets the ultimate in high school high-society. But soon Stokes finds himself getting closer to his killer and to passing Spanish and making the basketball team, as he works his way with tenacity into the "in" crowd and uncovers a dangerous ring of criminals.