'Honor Society' Review: Cutthroat Competition

The getting-into-school sweepstakes are frightening enough for understudy and parent the same that the general thought of Honor Rose

(Angourie Rice) makes "Honor Society" something near a ghastliness spine chiller: An overachiever is a certain something.

Reassuringly — and entertainingly — Ms. Rice makes all of Honor's plotting agreeable, in any event, beguiling,

also, her tainted perspective isn't absolutely outlandish. School — what she's been centered around

"for what seems like forever" — isn't tied in with getting a well-rounded schooling, she says.

It's about "eminence, contacts, the spot that will open the most entryways and where average individuals get outsized open doors.

The spot she has as a top priority is in Cambridge, Mass., in the event that anybody's pondering,

what's more, it's a piece confusing whether "Honor Society" qualifies as item position or a noble report of confirmations strategies.