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This Student Wrote A One-Sentence Review Of Fight Club And Got An A
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This Student Wrote A One-Sentence Review Of Fight Club And Got An A

College assignments often test our creativity. However, some students take it a little too far and even risk to fail a course. Luckily, there still are some professors who recognize and encourage their student’s sense of humor and allow a little bit of fun. Allison Garret recently proved to be one of the lucky ones. She shared her assignment on twitter and it quickly went viral for all the right reasons.

For one of her college classes, Allison was assigned to write a movie review

Alisson was assigned to write a movie review, it was required for the essay to be at least 500 words long, however, she only wrote one sentence. However, everyone who has seen Fight Club, the movie she chose to review, knows that you probably cannot review it better than this.

She chose to review Fight Club and decided to ignore all of the rules that apply to the assignment

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Her review reads:
“Fight Club
‘The first rule of fight club is: you do not talk about fight club.’

That’s it. That’s the essay”

After giving it some though Alisson’s professor decided to give her 100/100 points for the essay. You have to admit, her approach to the assignment was quite witty and unconventional, but very suiting for the film she reviewed.

Luckily her college professor has a great sense of humor and decided to give her an A

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Allison’s post quickly went viral with over 153k likes and over 29k retweets

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Alison was quite stunned for going viral so quick, so she decided to use her new found ‘fame’ for a good cause. Her friends’ mom is fighting a rare form of cancer so she decided to urge people to help her out. Click the link if you want to offer support.

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Molly Universe
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3 years ago

Ok, BP needs to stop with the clickbaity titles.

Hans
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3 years ago

And with reposting things people first did 150 years ago.

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Joakim Utterhall
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3 years ago

Fun and smart, Yes! A as grade, No!

The Cappy
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3 years ago

Kinda cute, yes. Smart, not especially. The problem with this "report" is that there's absolutely no indication that the person either read the book or watched the movie. Everybody knows this line, since it was in all the trailers.

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Joanne
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3 years ago

So very predictable. Every movie/media teacher has probably had a student doing this.

Grumble O'Pug
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3 years ago

No doubt. I mean, have we wholly lost the meaning of the word "genius"? This isn't genius. It's clever. Know the difference.

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Molly Universe
Community Member
3 years ago

Ok, BP needs to stop with the clickbaity titles.

Hans
Community Member
3 years ago

And with reposting things people first did 150 years ago.

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Joakim Utterhall
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3 years ago

Fun and smart, Yes! A as grade, No!

The Cappy
Community Member
3 years ago

Kinda cute, yes. Smart, not especially. The problem with this "report" is that there's absolutely no indication that the person either read the book or watched the movie. Everybody knows this line, since it was in all the trailers.

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Joanne
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3 years ago

So very predictable. Every movie/media teacher has probably had a student doing this.

Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
3 years ago

No doubt. I mean, have we wholly lost the meaning of the word "genius"? This isn't genius. It's clever. Know the difference.

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