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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.
Why Is Underclassman Rated PG-13?
Underclassman is rated PG-13 for violence, sexual references, drug material and some teen drinking.
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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.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Underclassman...
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.