What teachers rated 1984?
RTeachers / MPAA rating
What’s the movie called with the teacher in black school?
Freedom Writers is a 2007 American drama film written and directed by Richard LaGravenese and starring Hilary Swank, Scott Glenn, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Dempsey and Mario….
|Screenplay by||Richard LaGravenese|
|Based on||The Freedom Writers Diary by The Freedom Writers with Erin Gruwell|
What year did the movie Teachers come out?
October 5, 1984Teachers / Initial release
Where was the movie teachers filmed?
Teachers is a 1984 American satirical black comedy-drama film written by W. R. McKinney, directed by Arthur Hiller, and starring Nick Nolte, JoBeth Williams, Ralph Macchio, and Judd Hirsch. It was shot in Columbus, Ohio, mostly at the former Central High School.
Why is teachers rated R?
The MPA rated Bad Teacher R for sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use.
What was the movie teachers about?
High school teacher Alex Jurel (Nick Nolte) has gone from idealistic to pessimistic. His classroom methods come under scrutiny when a former pupil sues him for not ensuring student literacy, and the arrival of Lisa Hammond (JoBeth Williams), the lawyer assigned to the case, only makes things worse — she’s one of Alex’s former star pupils. When Alex tries to help his other students, he just gets into more trouble with timid principal Horn (William Schallert) and the school board.Teachers / Film synopsis
What age rating is bad teacher?
Age Appropriate for: 16+, with a parent to get their children in. Most older teenagers are probably already aware of the film’s lewd elements, like dirty jokes, drug use, lots of cursing and sexual material, including bare breasts and some implied sex scenes.
Who was Grant Rice in Freedom Writers?
Actor Armand Jones
Actor Armand Jones plays the character Grant Rice in the “Freedom Writers” movie. Jones of was killed March 17, 2006 in Anaheim. Erin Gruwell teaches the art of persuasive letter writing while student Crystal Givens looks on in this 1998 photo taken in her class at Wilson High.