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Thanks to the kind people at Walt Disney Pictures, we now have 29 new photos to share for the movie College Road Trip, starring Martin Lawrence and Raven-Symoné.
The comedy opens in theaters tomorrow, March 7, 2008. To view all the photos, visit the Photo Galleries page for College Road Trip.
Raven-Symoné is a college-bound girl who has her hopes of independence shattered when her overbearing police chief father (Martin Lawrence) insists on escorting her on a road trip to prospective universities.
To help you decide whether this movie is something that is worth your time and money (for some, Martin Lawrence's presence may make the decision easy in either direction), we have a variety of resources available.
First, we have the movie trailer on the Trailers and Videos page. When other videos are released, those will be available on this page as well.
Second, our Reviews page for the movie provides you with opinions from professional critics as well as your fellow BigScreen readers. Right now, we don't have any Reader Reviews, but that will change as people see the movie and provide their opinions. Our Featured Critic and Ebert & Roeper have not filed their reviews at this time, but the web site Metacritic has gathered reviews from 9 different sources and has given it a rating on a 1-to-100 scale (hint, it's not scoring with media critics too well).
Even though the movie is rated G by the MPAA, you may be curious as to whether it is appropriate for your family to see. To help, we provide links to three resources on the Reviews page which provide content-related reviews for movies in theaters and on DVD.
Finally, we also provide links to the movie's official web site and to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) on the Information Page so you can check out a full list of who's in the movie and what the IMDb readers think of it.
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