Accepted Soundtrack (

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Admis à tout prix

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Çılgınlar Sınıfı

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S.H.I.T. - Die Highschool GmbH


Graduating high school senior Bartleby "B" Gaines (Justin Long) finds himself without a college to attend. He has been able to talk and con his way out of every problem he encounters, but he hasn't been able to charm his way pass the college admissions board of eight colleges. His mom and dad are very disappointed that Bartleby hasn't been accepted into college. His parents think that if Bartleby doesn't go to college, he will have no future.

Several of Bartleby's friends are in the same situation of being rejected by all the colleges they applied to. To satisfy their parents, Bartleby comes up with an idea to start his own college with an internet site. They convert an abandoned psychiatric facility into the South Harmon Institute of Technology. They will be the only students. However, the web site states that we accept anyone. On the first day of school, they unexpectedly have a large number of accepted students that were also rejected by all colleges.

With a million dollars in tuition money, Bartleby must make his fake college into a functioning one. He hires Uncle Ben (Lewis Black) as the College Dean. The fun begins when they design their own curriculum, make their own rules, and party all night.

The fun will eventually end when the South Hamon jocks will ruin all the work that B and his friends have accomplished, Douglas Young (the-movie-guy).

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Close to Me
Robert Smith: Writer
The Cure: Performer
Gravity Rides Everything
Isaac Brock: Writer
Modest Mouse: Performer
Let the Drummer Kick
Citizen Cope: Performer
Citizen Cope: Writer
Rivers Cuomo: Writer
Weezer: Performer
Billie Joe Armstrong: Writer
Green Day: Performer
Blitzkrieg Bop
Joey Ramone: Writer
Justin Long: Performer
Todd Homme: Produced
Frank Black: Writer
Pixies: Performer
To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)
Ryan Adams: Performer
Ryan Adams: Writer
Bole 2 Harlem
David Schommer: Writer
Le Tigre: Performer
Le Tigre: Writer
Where Do I Begin
The Chemical Brothers: Performer
Tom Rowlands: Writer
The Hives - Declare Guerre Nucleaire
Nicholaus Arson: Writer
The Hives: Performer
Eleanor Rigby
John Lennon: Writer
David Schommer: Performer
Sweet Confusion
Divine Right: Performer
Don't You Forget About Me
Keith Forsey: Writer
David Schommer: Performer
Todd Homme: Produced
Joe Hursley: Writer
Walkin' the Walk
Daniel May: Writer
Sherman's Way
David Schommer: Performer
David Schommer: Writer
Keepin' Your Head Up
Todd Homme: Produced
Joe Hursley: Writer
Don't Stop
Christine McVie: Writer
Fleetwood Mac: Performer
String Quartet in G, Opus 18
Blitzkreig Bop
Joey Ramone: Performer
Don't You Forget About Me
Keith Forsey: Performer
Walkin' the Walk
Daniel May: Performer
Sherman's Way
David Schommer: Performer
Keepin' Your Head Up
Joe Hursley: Performer
Don't Stop
Christine McVie: Performer

User reviews

Michael Taylor

The music in Accepted adds a sense of fun and excitement to the story of Bartleby and his friends starting their own institution.

Amanda Robinson

The soundtrack of Accepted perfectly captures the rebellious and adventurous spirit of the movie, adding an extra layer of excitement to the story.

James Thompson

The diversity of music genres in the soundtrack reflects the eclectic nature of the characters and their unconventional approach to education.

Daniel Davis

The energetic beats and catchy tunes in the soundtrack keep the pace of the movie engaging and dynamic throughout.

Stephanie Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of Accepted is a standout element that elevates the movie to a whole new level. Its catchy tunes and well-crafted arrangements create a memorable and immersive atmosphere that sticks with you long after the credits roll.

Michael Clark

The music enhances the comedic elements of the film, making it even more enjoyable and entertaining for the audience.

Jennifer Davis

The soundtrack of Accepted features a mix of classic and contemporary tracks that blend well with the plot's humor and creativity.

Carol Walker

The music selection in Accepted helps set the tone for the film's theme of challenging traditional education systems.

Emily Allen

The music selection in Accepted is not only entertaining but also adds a layer of nostalgia and excitement to the overall storytelling. From energetic rock anthems to laid-back acoustic melodies, the soundtrack has a perfect balance that keeps the audience hooked and invested in the characters' journey.

Deborah Gonzalez

The songs chosen for the soundtrack complement the characters' personalities and the situations they find themselves in, creating a cohesive blend of visuals and music.

Joshua Evans

I found the music choices in Accepted to be mismatched with the tone of the film, often feeling out of place and distracting rather than complementing the scenes.

Donald Hernandez

The music in Accepted not only serves as background noise but also as a character in itself, contributing to the story's development and emotional resonance.

Brian Scott

The soundtrack enhances the comedic moments in the film, adding to the overall enjoyment of watching the students navigate their unconventional college experience.

Dorothy Perez

The soundtrack of Accepted felt uninspired and generic, lacking memorable melodies or standout tracks that could enhance the viewing experience.

Anthony Robinson

The musical choices in Accepted contribute to the film's overall sense of optimism and adventure as the characters embark on their unique educational journey.

Ashley White

The soundtrack of Accepted is a vibrant and eclectic mix of songs that perfectly capture the rebellious and free-spirited vibe of the movie. Each track enhances the scenes and adds depth to the characters' emotions, making the viewing experience even more engaging and enjoyable.

Timothy Carter

The soundtrack of Accepted features some memorable tracks that stay with you long after the movie is over, adding to its lasting impact.

Laura Thompson

The soundtrack of Accepted failed to capture the essence of the story and characters, missing the opportunity to create emotional depth and connection through the power of music.

Sarah Hill

The soundtrack of Accepted perfectly captures the rebellious and carefree spirit of the students creating their own college.

Brian Thompson

The soundtrack effectively sets the tone for the scenes, whether it's a moment of triumph or a hilarious mishap, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Stephanie Turner

The songs in Accepted complement the characters' rebellious and non-conformist attitudes, making the viewing experience even more enjoyable.

Donna Johnson

The songs chosen for Accepted are energetic and uplifting, reflecting the determination of the characters to make their fake college work.