Best Supporting Actor
Golden Globes
'Rushmore' offers more than simply a series of high-grade yuks; it's a finely-judged parable on the line between self-delusion and reality.
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"Rushmore" chronicles a year in the life of Max Fischer, a student at Rushmore Academy, one of the finest schools in the country. Max loves his prestigious school. He is the editor of the newspaper and yearbook; founder of the debate team, the dodgeball society, and the Max Fischer Players; and president of the French club, German club, chess club, and practically everything else. Max is applying for early admission to Oxford. Harvard is his safety. He is also, however, one of the worst students in the school. Threatened with expulsion, Max begins a new pursuit: falling for a first-grade teacher. But when Max's tycoon mentor starts an affair with the teacher, it triggers a war between Max and his friend.

Format: Blu-ray

Played at

NoHo 7, 3.01.18 - 3.01.18
Rated R
Runtime: 93 min
Language: English

Director: Wes Anderson
Cast: Bill Murray, Brian Cox, Jason Schwartzman, Mason Gamble, Olivia Williams, Sara Tanaka, Seymour Cassel, Stephen McCole

  • Nominee, Best Supporting Actor, Golden Globes
FEATURED REVIEW: Desson Thomson, Washington Post
In "Rushmore," 10th-grade student Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman) takes his deeply held love for Rushmore Academy to almost-kamikaze lengths. And in the delightful hands of filmmakers Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson, the team that gave you "Bottle Rocket," Max's obse...