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Post Grad

Promotional film poster
Directed by Vicky Jenson
Produced by Jeff Clifford
Written by Kelly Fremon
Starring Alexis Bledel
Carol Burnett
Jane Lynch
Michael Keaton
Music by Christophe Beck
Cinematography Charles Minsky
Editing by Dana Congdon
Studio The Montecito Picture Company
Cold Spring Pictures
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Fox Atomic
Release date(s) August 21, 2009
Running time 88 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $15,000,000 (estimated)
Gross revenue $6,380,019[1]

Post Grad is a 2009 comedy film starring Alexis Bledel, Carol Burnett, Zach Gilford, Michael Keaton, Jane Lynch, and Rodrigo Santoro, about a recent college graduate who moves back in with her family while she figures out what she wants to do next. It is directed by Vicky Jenson. Originally under the working titles of Ticket to Ride and then The Post-Grad Survival Guide,[2][3] Amanda Bynes was originally set to star in the film, but was replaced by Bledel.[4] The film was released on August 21, 2009.[5]



Ryden Malby (Alexis Bledel) graduates from college in the middle of the late-2000s recession and is forced to move back in with her parents, because her dream job has been given to her college nemesis Jessica Bard. Ryden and her best friend Adam (Zach Gilford) must find a job for Ryden before she loses hope for her future dream as an editor of a big publishing company. But will sudden feelings for her long time friend interfere with her dreams?

Partial cast


The film received highly negative reviews by film critics and moviegoers alike. It stands with a "rotten" 8% approval rating by 93 critics at Rotten Tomatoes (8% of the site's 25 top critics). By comparison, it has a finer score of 37 at Metacritic, based on 25 reviews, which still indicates "generally unfavorable reviews".

Box office

During opening weekend the film opened at number 11, grossing $2,651,996.


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