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The Best and the Brightest

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The film centers on a young couple Samantha and Jeff. They have an extraordinary interview when its is based on a lie. So that, they seems to be stuck in a difficulty consequence because of keeping that secret.
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New York Post
Josh Shelov's smug and smutty farce employs an estimable cast in an only sporadically funny story...
June 24, 2011
Reel Film Reviews
...it's finally impossible to label The Best and the Brightest as anything more than a sporadically amusing misfire.
October 19, 2011
Miami Herald
The Best and the Brightest is amusing at times but never more than a modest diversion, lacking the cleverness and imagination required to turn it into more than a one-joke movie.
June 23, 2011
Shared Darkness
A slim pan. While there's a certain novelty of setting and a lot of its dialogue pops, the movie's chief problem is the fact that it doesn't seem to wholly embrace the arguably detestable nature of its characters.
June 29, 2011
Slant Magazine
Dimly plays out like a waking daymare Alexander Payne thought up while sitting disinterestedly through last fall's disinteresting Waiting for Superman.
June 22, 2011
Los Angeles Times
Flies off its comic rails after an engaging start, never to land back on solid ground.
June 23, 2011
Hollywood Reporter
Absurd premise and weak script doom this comedy about haute-preschool angst.
June 24, 2011
New York Daily News
Far too many sitcom shenanigans crop up like clockwork...
June 24, 2011
New York Times
A repellent comedy that's less fun than a parasite infection...
June 23, 2011