Hitting seven three-pointers in a title-clinching game does a lot for your pop-culture karma. That's why I, on behalf of moviegoers everywhere, am officially forgiving Ray Allen for his co-starring role in James Toback's bat-shit insane 2001 movie, Harvard Man, one of the worst movies shot in Greater Boston, but also one of the most bizarrely bad (actually, more of it was shot in Toronto than Boston). Harvard Man is the inner-logic-lacking movie that takes place during college basketball season, yet is somehow also unfurling in the middle of summer, as the men are often wearing shorts and the women are wearing sun dresses and open-toe shoes. Hey, you don't expect total coherence from a movie featuring an LSD overdose, but c'mon (and that's just part of its logical deficiencies). As star Adrian Grenier's Harvard teammate, Allen doesn't have a lot to do in the movie, but this is one of those projects in which everyone involved emerges tainted by it. Congrats, Ray!