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Actors: John Dye, Steve Lyon, Morgan Fairchild, Kim Delaney, Kathleen Wilhoite
Director: Ron Casden
In CAMPUS MAN, college business major Todd Barrett (Dye) is $10,000 in the hole for his school tuition, with only 30 days to produce the funds. Convincing his good friend, Brett (Lyon), who is also the star member of the ... more »
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What a film!
Brett Johnson | 02/25/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this is only for TRUE BLUE John Dye fans Only! If you love him in touch by an angel you should see him in his first star vehicle! its a wonderful funny great film! John is truly beyond sensational in this film and have only seen it on tv!yet If I had a vcr It this video along with some other films that he has made would be on my top prority list ASAP! Buy it you will not be disapointed!"
Brett Johnson | 03/06/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My girlfriend originally wanted to rent James Cameron's Titanic, but instead I argued for one of Ron Casden's more controversial works. Boy are we glad we decided on this. For the girls, this movie has John Dye, and for the gents, need I say more than Kathleen Willhoite? This uproarious comedy has you in stitches while still tugging at your heart-strings with its many twists and turns. Morgan Fairchild also makes a guest appearance as the editor of a magazine, now that's star power!!! This movie makes you feel great, case in point the now infamous high five scene at the end ; ). Side note for you movie buffs, Bob G. Anthony turns in an early stellar performance as the loan officer. Breath taking. If you're looking for an hilarious comedy that really makes you think and keeps you on your toes the whole way through...DROP EVERYTHING!!! and BUY this movie today!!"
Brett Johnson | 01/17/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
""Campus Man" isn't quite sure what kind of a movie it wants to be. It appears to be a comedy at first glance but that is rather deceiving. In fact, it would've played a lot better if it had been more serious in tone. The "funny" parts are typical 80's cheesiness and aren't very witty. The plot involves an Arizona State University student who owes $10,000 in tuition and has 30 days to come up with it. He decides to produce a male athlete calendar in order to try and make enough money to pay his tuition and hopefully have some left over. Of course, things don't go exactly as planned and trouble ensues. Uneasy mix of comedy with some serious issues makes "Campus Man" an uneven disappointment. A harmless time filler, however, if you can catch it on TV."