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Must complete at least one half of credits required for high school graduation through attendance at a public or private high school in the state of West Virginia. Must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3. Students attending private high schools must submit a grade report form to qualify. Private high school officials must verify grades were maintained through the final semester. The Core grade point average is determined based on the grades in all core courses a student completes on the core class listing, not just those required for graduation.
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Already have an account? Log in here. Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your account. Just leave us a message here and we will work on getting you verified. The Promise wastes an outstanding cast and powerful real-life story on a love triangle that frustratingly fails to engage.
All Critics Top Critics Terry George A wonderful cast adds no-fail polish. Rex Reed. It's a handsome film and George manages to keep the genocide in focus with shots of the Turks herding long lines of refugees across the desert expanses. But the full horror is kept at one remove. Sandra Hall. The sets look phoney. The relentlessly sun-dappled skies are naff. The "action" lacks momentum and Tom Hollander's eyeliner is mad. Charlotte O'Sullivan.
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- 30 years after the Berlin Wall fell the promise is fading, we are now in a different reality.
A terrible event very few are taught about, absorbingly retold. Sophie Wyatt. Kevin Maher. A sprawling, '60s-style epic with just enough political intrigue to prop up the occasionally wobbly romantic triangle formed by Oscar Isaac, Charlotte Le Bon, and an uncharacteristically ill-fitting Christian Bale. Scott Marks. The Promise is not a perfect drama but certainly is a worthwhile film for shining a spotlight on a too long forgotten shameful chapter in history. Cate Marquis. An impressive amount of access - and diligence - sets this true crime documentary apart from others.
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Tori Brazier. While quite epic in scope, The Promise never reaches such lofty heights, faltering between a passionate love story, which often fails to engage on an emotional level, and a historical narrative. Paula Fleri-Soler. The Promise doesn't quite reach the heights to which it aspires.
That said, it's still a good and extremely well-intentioned film, one whose message is resonant and well worth being heard despite a few imperfections in the delivery. Allen Adams. It pays lip service to actual suffering and clearly displays the jagged editing scars of something much more uncompromising. I still admired it.
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