Movie of the Week: Varsity Blue

Here’s the pitch for the movie of the week

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin will be starring in their own Hallmark movie called Varsity Blues. The story is about two parents who planned their child life’s to go to their perfect school, but the parents never graduate from College (at least one of them), they orchestrated a plan how to pass the SAT or ACT to get perfect score, and pretend that they never participate in a sport or activities, by photoshopping their image on a picture. And their child will go to the school of their choice and get the experience of a lifetime and excellent education and a better career than their parents.  

Will this be a great movie of the week?

Eventually, it is based on a true story that came in the news lately. If Hollywood makes a movie about this, it will be interesting to watch.

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were caught in a cheating scam of helping their child to get into an Ivy school. By bribing the proctors, college coaches, and executives, there’s a whole list of names who participated. By helping to give them the right answers for their son or daughter can be happy.

Sounds like good parents, do you think? It’s nice to see parents getting involved in their child’s education.  

Which is the same as the FBI operation mission – Varsity Blue. While the actors will be in the new season of Orange is the new Black.

This is a crazy story.

Parent’s can still help their children out. They can hire a coach or tutors who don’t give out the answer, but help the student out and guide them what to expect in an exam, and how to overcome trick questions that will appear on exams. They have to take the exams multiple times to get a good score if not, it’s not the end of the world.

They don’t have to go to an Ivy school a community-university is so much better, they can learn from professors who went to Ivy school themselves. They will tell you one thing:  Work hard and be smart. That’s the key to be successful in life.

Talk to your children, find out what they would like to do. Teach them how to be financially independent.  Sometimes high schools don’t teach the students how to be successful out of school. Practice your handwriting. Try to get a scholarship and try to get a job. Take a business course. If they take a business course as a major, that means whatever they choose they will know the business.

Acting and Singing is a business look at how actors get roles in movies. It’s a business. They study their craft, and they take classes and workshop.

Find something that your child likes to do take classes and workshop, and they will get a certificate of appreciation, and their hard work will improve and be recognized for their skills and talent. Learn from the best.

How to write a good college essay

When Suzy Lee Weiss wrote an Essay about College essays, she didn’t meant to be mean to College and universities, which rejected her from learning. What she meant to be – herself and the truth in how they select students who  go to their ivy schools and  university of their dreams.  But it was satire a humorist approach.

She’s a great writer, may be she wants to be writer or journalist or comedy writer for a TV show like — NBC. They do need some great writers for NBC.

She’s a young woman and let her roar. She speaks her mind. What a C + on my paper? I could have been a computer programmer and write coding and be a billionaire like Bill Gates, but that’s not me. It’s difficult to write coding. Sorry geniuses around the world. No offense.

She speaks the truth. No one wants to hear from a 17 year girl, I meant woman. She is smart.   College and university administrative wanted well-rounded students, with great credentials to be great students, and wear a military uniform all day long and sing at a Glee club.