School of Rock – Edited

Theatrical Release: October 3, 2003
DVD Release: April 15, 2004
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Synopsis

Jack Black stars as a trouble-raising guitarist with delusions of grandeur. Kicked out of his band and desperate for work, he impersonates a substitute teacher and turns a class of fifth grade high-achievers into high-voltage rock and rollers. Joan Cusack portrays the principal of the private school where Black is prepping the kids for a Battle of the Bands.

Dove Review

Since Jack Black often acts like a child, it makes sense that he would play a role that involves being around children. Jack lives with his submissive roommate and frequently has to deal with his shrew of a girlfriend. Jack loves rock’ n’ roll, but when he is kicked out of his own band, he doesn’t know where to go. He has to pay the rent somehow so he goes and looks for a job. He has no luck until he receives a call from a private school, actually meant for his roommate, to substitute teach a group of talented young children. Jack takes the job himself, and eventually works his magic into the children and turns them into a confident rock band. I really liked this movie, and I really recommend it for anyone who loves to laugh.

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Info

Company: Paramount
Writer: Mike White
Producer: Scott Rudin
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 109 min.
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens