Underclassman parents guide


Overall C

Twenty-three-year-old police officer Tracy Stokes (Nick Cannon) gets a career opportunity to investigate a murder by going undercover as a student at a private high school. But the LAPD (and the movie) may need more than Stokes' caustic wit and schmoozing skills to capture viewers.

Release date September 1, 2005

Violence C-
Sexual Content B
Profanity C-
Substance Use C+

Why is Underclassman rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Underclassman PG-13 for violence, sexual references, drug material and some teen drinking.

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Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Violence. Coarse language
Alberta PG
Manitoba PG Violence.-----
Ontario PG Violence.
Quebec G Not recommended for children.
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

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News About "Underclassman"

Cast and Crew

Underclassman is directed by and stars Nick Cannon.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Underclassman movie is January 16, 2006. Here are some details…

Not to be underclassed, despite a dismal showing at the box office, Miramax Home Entertainment has outfitted this DVD release with a feature commentary by director Marcos Siega and co-writers David T. Wagner and Brent Goldberg. Other bonus materials include deleted scenes, a making-of documentary, and the cast auditions. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound), with English and Spanish subtitles.

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A far better Nick Cannon film—both artistically and from a family perspective—is Drumline. Stand and Deliver (based on the true story) is a film that takes a serious look at the importance of an education, and what it takes to succeed at school.