“Admission” centers around the college admission procedures at the prestigious Princeton University. This romantic comedy was moving at times and funny at times, but the story was slow most of the time. While Tina Fey and Paul Rudd play their parts extremely well, the film suffers from the tedious setups for all the sub-plots. The issues of raising children as a single parent and the choice of adoption are noble and the film could easily be interpreted as a pro-life movie. However, the language was so over the top which was a serious disappointment. In addition, the reoccurring theme of having sex with someone you just met prevents us from considering this a family film.