School of Life

Theatrical Release: January 3, 2006
DVD Release: January 3, 2006
School of Life
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Synopsis

Mr. D is a charismatic and hip teacher whose lessons extend far beyond the classroom. A heartwarming tale of learning to appreciate every moment we’re given. “School of Life” is a funny and touching story about life in school, but more importantly it is about the human spirit.

Dove Review

In most of our lives there have been teachers or a teacher that we remember fondly. This happens to be a story about that kind of teacher. And not just one teacher but actually three. These three are Stormin’ Norman, who was “The Teacher of the Year” for 43 years. Next, his son Matt, a science teacher in the same school, and finally Mr. D., the new history teacher.

As we grow even at a young age we should be aware that there is never enough time, and we should make the best of it no matter the outcome. The story is fantastic and this movie is so enjoyable, but the language is a bit much. I don’t think they allow those words to be used in school, even by teachers.

Content Description

Sex: Boy and girl kiss; father and mother making out; talk about "boobs" and puberty.
Language: Hand gesture-1; B-3; A-4; B-1 (written on car); H-2; OG-6; C-1; Jack*ss-1; P*ss off-1.
Violence: Man gets beaten up.
Drugs: Man is shown in hospital receiving medication.
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Screen Media
Director: William Dear
Genre: Inspirational
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe