|Review Summary and Plot Commentary about The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes|
|Dexter Riley, resident nerd at the local community college, accidentally gets turned into a human computer. Becoming somewhat of a celebrity, Dexter's ego grows along with his I.Q. Thankfully, he returns back to normal and gets to keep all his friends.
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|Analysis of The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes|
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Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Composition of Movie
Actual chase scenes or violence - 10%
Planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzle - 40%
Feelings, relationships, character bio/development - 50%
**Fantasy or Science Fiction?**
- science fiction story
Character operated on/altered?
Kind of alteration:
- Given added abilities
- a teen
Has special powers?
Is this an ordinary person caught up in events?
- brunette (Brown)
- (man) short/medium straight
Events of movie makes character more...
- White (American)
How sensitive is this character?
- middling sensitive to others' feelings
Sense of humor?
- Strong but gentle sense of humor
- average physique
Secondary Main Character
- general circumstances
- 20th century (1970's to Present)
Takes place on Earth?
Accounts of torture and death?
- no torture/death
Tone of movie
Comedy or somewhat funny movie?
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