Freshman, The (1990) - The Son I Never Had
Back at the Llittle Italy social club, NYU freshman Clark (Matthew Broderick) had intended to quit his job transporting endangered species for Godfather-like Carmine (Marlon Brando), but discovers hes now engaged to his daughter, and receiving a gift, Bruno Kirby the nephew Victor, in The Freshman, 1990.
Freshman Love - (Original Trailer)
A college coach (Frank McHugh) uses a beautiful blonde to woo athletes into joining his team in Freshman Love (1936).
Freshman, The (1990) - Carmine Said One Boy
Having just delivered the komodo dragon to New Jersey for the gangster-y Marlon Brando, NYU freshmen Clark and Steve (Matthew Broderick, Frank Whaley) meet Edward (B.D. Wong) and Maximilian Schell as kooky Larry London, and discover the menagerie no one had mentioned, in writer-director Andrew Bergmans The Freshman, 1990.
Freshman, The (1990) - The Glue Of Society
Arrived at Grand Central Station from Vermont, headed downtown to NYU, matriculating Clark (Matthew Broderick) meets Victor (Bruno Kirby), early in writer-director Andrew Bergmans hybrid comedy hit The Freshman, 1990, co-starring Marlon Brando, Maximilian Schell and Penelope Ann Miller.
Freshman, The (1990) - It's Safe Here In Queens?
Though visiting Queens was not mentioned in earlier scenes, NYU film school freshman Clark (Matthew Broderick), who because hes broke has agreed to make a lucrative delivery for the uncannily Godfather-like Carmine Sabatini (Marlon Brando) arrives to get his car and is plausibly transfixed by Penelope Ann Miller as daughter Tina, in The Freshman, 1990.
Freshman, The (1990) - Guns And Provolone
In his NYU film class, Clark (Matthew Broderick) is studying The Godfather: Part II, 1974, just after hes been hired by Carmine Sabatini (played by Marlon Brando), who hes been told was the basis for the Vito Corleone character, writer-director Andrew Bergmans joke being about Paul Benedict as the pompous professor Fleeber, in The Freshman, 1990.
Freshman, The (1990) - It Ain't Tony Bennett!
New NYU film-school freshman Clark (Matthew Broderick) arrives in Little Italy and meets Victor (Bruno Kirby), whos trying to make up for stealing and losing all his money, and who has promised him a job with his uncle Carmine (Marlon Brando), revealing the central joke, in writer-director Andrew Bergmans The Freshman, 1990.