Role: actor, "Portia Nathan"

America's middle-aged sweethearts Paul Rudd and Tina Fey weren't enough to make this movie watchable. Fey has had other lackluster film efforts, but what makes this one sting most is that many critics found her to be part of the problem—normally, she shines despite a weak script.

Christopher Orr of The Atlantic said, "What is most distressing about Admission is that it serves as further evidence that Tina Fey, despite her dominance of the small screen, has not yet mastered the big one."