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Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Olivia Williams, Seymour Cassel View All


Wes Anderson (Director), Wes Anderson (Screenplay), Owen Wilson (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 11th, 1998
Runtime: 1 hour, 33 minutes
When a beautiful first-grade teacher arrives at a prep school, she soon attracts the attention of an ambitious teenager named Max, who quickly falls in love with her. Max turns to the father of two of his schoolmates for advice on how to woo the teacher. However, the situation soon gets complicated when Max's new friend becomes involved with her, setting the two pals against one another in a war for her attention.
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Each one will try to win the teacher's love in his own way and naturally the romantic mechanics between a bold 15-year-old boy and a woman with the competition of an even older man mixed in is a recipe for bizarre and hilarious situations throughout.
We are suppose to like the main character, but with Rushmore, I found my self begging for something interesting to happen.
Primarily, a pretty teacher at Rushmore named Miss Cross and his friendship with a wealthy benefactor of Rushmore named Herman Blume, unfinished business that blossoms into a bizarre love triangle that moves in some shocking and logic-defying directions.