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Campus Code

Campus Code

Play by the rules, or be eliminated.Sep. 22, 2015 USA110 Min.
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The college experience – studying, dating, partying… but when one of their classmates disintegrates right before their eyes, Ari, Becca, Izzy, Greta and Arun must battle security, the Griefers and each other to uncover the incredible truth about themselves and this other-worldly campus before they are all eliminated.

Campus Code
Campus Code
Campus Code
Original titleCampus Code
IMDb Rating3.2 235 votes
TMDb Rating5.8 4 votes

(5) comments

  • MehltretterJuly 18, 2013Reply

    I was not impressed…

    OK, so I have been a fan of Jesse McCartney since I was a kid. So I
    decided to check out his newer work in the acting industry. He kind of
    slid off my grid as I grew up. I kind of forgot about him. Recently I
    heard some of his newer music and I was very impressed. I also checked
    out his other movie Keith. I thought he did very well in that, very
    well. I only knew he did music, so I decided to explore his other
    achievements. I saw an interview on youtube of him talking about this
    interactive movie called Campus Life. I decided to check it out. I
    viewed Campus Life on the Jumpstreet website. I watched it 2 times to
    make sure I didn’t forget or miss anything. The site was having issues
    as well. So here comes the review….(dun dun duuuunnnn…) I was not
    impressed with Campus Life. I love Jesse but this movie was a bad move.
    The acting was…odd…and the ending sucked. The effects were terrible
    as well. It was a movie I wish I never saw, I cringed as I watched, it
    was just bad. I won’t let this get in the way of me continuing to
    support Jesse through his career, but I hope he doesn’t pick up a small
    cheap low budget film like this again.

  • shieldfireNovember 15, 2016Reply

    Utterly confused

    If it was only me, it would probably be OK. Then I could see this as
    some kind of surreal movie experiment. But it isn’t unfortunately. This
    is about some college students (I think) go about their daily business
    and stumbling into ”unusual” situations where they seem to gain
    supernatural powers. Maybe.

    One reason this isn’t very clear is that the plot is horrible. The
    weird, surreal things are laid one upon another from the start (and I
    mean start after the opening sequence) where people stop reacting, beat
    each other up, sell stolen stuff, bully one another for no apparent
    reason. And the characters ”act” as this is all very normal. Then there
    is the ”acting”. It’s horribly over the top on all accounts. Seriously,
    horribly bad including every cliché in an amateur directors ”How-to
    manual” on directing. Including the goth group clad in black. :sighs: I
    guess it all somewhat is explained at the end, but even so – the
    explanation for everyones extremely erratic behaviour doesn’t make much
    sense. Avoid if it’s available for free on cable, run like mad in
    another direction if your significant other suggests you see it at a

  • bek-12February 12, 2017Reply

    Something fishy is going on

    The concept was actually pretty good. The acting wasn’t bad. The movie
    did suffer due to some of the dialogue, and I’m not expert on cinema,
    but I suspect the directing and budget hurt it as well. I was shocked
    to see Liotta and Martin Scorsese, then I realized that the director
    was Cathy Scorsese. I can only assume a family member decided to break
    into directing and Martin and Ray gave them a little help. Hey, that’s
    cool. I would do the same for my kids. Everyone wants their kids to be
    successful. In any event, it’s a weird ride that comes together at the
    end… well, as much as a low-budget mediocre movie can pull that off.
    It wasn’t the worst way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

  • mkh102February 17, 2017Reply


    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • Mohamed FawzyFebruary 20, 2017Reply

    Amateur Hour.. and 50 minutes!

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

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