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This School Rocks!Feb. 19, 2005111 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – History teacher “Stormin'” Norman Warner is held with great reverence at Fallbrook Middle School, he voted Teacher of the Year by its student body forty-three years in a row. His son, current Biology teacher Matt Warner, does not hold that same reverence by the students, who view him as a stick in the mud. After Norman’s passing, Matt, who received a few words of wisdom from his father before he died and who has always felt in his father’s shadow, nonetheless feels the burden of keeping the Warner winning streak of Teacher of the Year alive. His task is made all the more difficult of the hiring of Michael D’Angelo, a Fallbrook alumnus, as its new History teacher. Quickly given the catchy moniker “Mr. D” by all at the school, Michael captures the imagination not only of the students but of all the other teachers, that is except Matt, who uses all his energies to discredit Mr. D and his methods. All Matt’s efforts fall flat on his face, which places his son, Dylan Warner, a grade 8 student at the school, in a bad light, difficult for Dylan as he pursues fellow classmate and head cheerleader, Chase Witherspoon, who he already believes is out of his league. Some information he learns about Mr. D may lead Matt on the path to truly becoming the inspiration to the students he wants to be, regardless of the award.
Plot: At Fallbrook Middle School, the annual student-elected Teacher of the Year award is held. And every year for the last 43 years Norman Warner or most fondly called Stormin’ Norman Warner has won the award. Now that he has died, the burden of carrying the legacy falls into the hands of Matt Warner, the son of the late Norman Warner who has always lived in the shadow of his father.
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A very likable film that deserves much more recognition than it got
School of Life (stupidly renamed on Russian into The Teacher of The Year) is a very likable and enjoyable film. It’s funny and heartfelt film but at the same time it’s much more than typical high-school set movie, much more intelligent than everyone could expect. Despite the film couldn’t avoid some clichés and at parts it become a bit predictable that’s a case when we simply don’t care about such possible minor flaws in the film and just enjoy it.

The center of the story is an ordinary school in a small town when its legendary teacher Stormin’ Norman Warner, who won the teacher of the year forty three years in a row, dies and new teacher, an incredibly cool and attractive person Michael D’Angelo (excellent performance by Ryan Reynolds), comes to the school. But what’s the most important he share and deliver his coolness with everybody and ordinary boring life in this school takes some changes. The only man who is not delighted with Michael’s appearance is Matt Warner (another one very good performance by David Paymer), the son of the legendary teacher, whose dearest ambition is to keep on a family tradition of winning best teacher award. The way of characters behavior as well as their transformation is very believable to me. Ryan Reynolds and David Paymer are very good in the lead while all the kids actors are awesome. Also the film is well shot, has a remarkable soundtrack with very suitable songs and contains lots of very impressive scenes: some of them are really funny while the others are heartfelt and inspiring. It is just the film that such kind of film’s supposed to be: very enjoyable film that at the same time manages to carry strong and intelligent messages in a very good way. As some people here before I can only add that I wish to had such a teachers during my school days (I know it’s kinda stupid but that’s all I can say). Very good film indeed.

9 out of 10

Review By: Juni78ukr Rating: 9 Date: 2005-10-07
Pleasantly Surprised – a balancing act that actually works
I only watched this film because I was on a flight back from Europe and I had already seen the other two studio releases. From its high placement on the airline’s priority of movies, it appeared to be a studio release which I had just missed. Imagine my surprise when I found out though IMDb that this is a TV Movie.

But Continental is right – this deserves studio release – it’s quite good. This film is cliché after cliché, but like another film that successfully negotiates this trap (“Casablanca”), “School of Life” finds new truth in each tired cliché and presents it with a freshness that makes you realize that there are (amazingly) still aspects of these themes to explore.

As the title clearly states, this is a Bildungsroman — but not the one you think it’s going to be about. While it employs a remarkably overused cliché in the middle of the film, it does it so well that you don’t care. Indeed, I can think of a number of other “feature” films that are far higher rated that have employed this same tired cliché with far less grace, far more commonality and descending into melodrama without providing the slightest moment of insight. This film, much to its credit, pulls it off.

The dramatic transition of the main character (David Paymer) is actually believable. At first this character is just half a step removed from the cliché of a frustrated modern buffoon — someone that you recognize from your life, but just slightly over-accentuated so that you know a personality like this would probably not exist in the real world. However, his dramatic transition is actually believable and not overdone. Again, while this secondary theme has been explored a hundred times, this film does it with a precise balance that makes it believable, enjoyable and meaningful.

Ryan Reynolds pulls off a feat that is remarkable in this film. He truly captures the aspect of being the “cool” person that everyone wants to know and who excludes no one from his aura of coolness. This characterization is so tenuous that any false move and it falls apart. And yet never do we not believe that this man is precisely whom he appears to be – someone that you get to meet once or twice in your life and you’re thankful for the chance. I believe that there is a Mr. “D” somewhere in Ryan Reynolds. Stealing a line from another favorite movie (“My Favorite Year”) – there must be a bit of Mr. “D” in Ryan Reynolds because no one can act that good.

Why to watch this movie? It is occasionally hilarious, always thoughtful and realistically explores the emotional responses of middle-aged adults, young adults and middle schoolers. It is an excellent “family” film that you can actually talk about with your wife and kids when it’s done. This coming from a reviewer that believes that nearly 100% of family films are banal, saccharin tripe and wasteful of the celluloid the films are printed on. For me to recommend a film as fine for the whole family means it’s really a good film.

This film does what films are supposed to do – it entertains while challenging you at the same time. Bravo for a film well done.

Review By: furrydad Rating: 10 Date: 2005-09-18

Other Information:

Original Title School of Life
Release Date 2005-02-19
Release Year 2005

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min) (DVD), 1 hr 51 min (111 min) (DVD) (New Zealand)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Comedy, Drama, Family, Sport
Director William Dear
Writer Jonathan Kahn
Actors David Paymer, Ryan Reynolds, John Astin, Andrew Robb
Country Canada, USA
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Rainmaker Digital Pictures Group Ltd., Vancouver, Canada (colour by) (as Rainmaker Film Lab)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
School of Life 2005 123movies
Original title School of Life
TMDb Rating 6.5 100 votes

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