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Night School is a movie starring Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, and Rob Riggle. A group of high school dropouts are forced to attend night school in hope that they'll pass the GED exam to finish high school.

Other Titles
Wieczorówka, Esti iskola, Khakham ba'laila, Escuela para fracasados, Back to school, Cours du soir, Vakarskola, A Turma da Noite, Vakarine mokykla, Loserii de la seral, Operação Supletivo, Akşam Okulu, La scuola serale, Večernja škola, Operação Supletivo: Agora Vai!, Escuela nocturna
Running Time
1 hours 51 minutes
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Malcolm D. Lee
Joey Wells, Matthew Kellard, Nicholas Stoller, John Hamburg, Kevin Hart, Harry Ratchford
Rob Riggle, Romany Malco, Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 2001, high-school student Teddy Walker drops out of school when he's unable to concentrate during a crucial test. In 2018 he works as a barbecue-grill salesman and dating a wealthy woman named Lisa, and has developed a careful financial strategy that allows him to maintain the illusion that he is better off than he actually is. But his life falls apart just as he learns that he will inherit control of the store when the current manager retires: As he proposes to Lisa in the shop, he accidentally triggers an explosion when a champagne cork pops open a gas tank; the manager runs away with the insurance from the explosion. Teddy's friend is willing to give him a job--if he can earn his GED.

Comments about comedy «Night School» (24)

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If you liked the first one, go see this one. It's a lot more mature, and better written, but still fun. This one gets a 7 because of the over the top appearance of "the bus".

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This is a fun movie. I think that a movie such as this should be fun and "twisted". This movie has comedy, romance, suspense, and some of the most outstanding fights in the last few years. It does not try to be "Hollywood" at all, but more along the lines of the big budget movies. It is not exactly "Hollywood", but it does manage to put a smile on my face. The acting is pretty good, especially Michael Jeter and the actress who plays Nicki's mom. There is not a lot of dialogue in this movie, but it's not really that bad. Some of the dialog is pretty funny. The best thing about this movie is that you never know who the bad guy is. There is a lot of "this could happen", "this could happen". This is not really "Mortal Kombat" or "Resident Evil" in that it is a martial arts movie. If you are looking for something that is more action, this isn't the movie for you. If you are looking for a movie with more comedy and romance, this is a perfect movie for you. I would give this movie a "7/10" and recommend it to anyone.

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Patrick P.

I caught this one the other night at the Toronto Film Festival. It was pretty hilarious. I remember some movies where you saw a cast playing it straight, but this one is different. It actually is pretty funny and actually feels like a stage play. The entire movie is a mockumentary style. The cast consists of: Nathan Lane, Olivia Wilde, Robin Wright, Steve Carell and Emma Watson. The story is that the cast goes into this school called Wolfs School for the Blind. The school is under fire for a group of students beating up their teacher. The cast decides to take a look into the school and what's going on. It's pretty unique that they make you see the actual school itself, and they really capture the school's ambiance and feels. Even the script was pretty original. It was written by Steve Jobs' own personal lawyer. I know that's a lot to ask to write a script and get people to read it, but this was really good and funny. It's more of a comedy than a drama, but it's still good. The whole movie was pretty fun. It really brought out the silly and theatrical nature of it, which I also think was refreshing. This isn't a movie you watch for entertainment value. It's much more about the comedy and how it applies to the movie itself. It's a great way to see this movie.

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This film is such a terrific movie. From the start, I felt really happy and proud to be part of the 'Punk Rock Express' family. This movie is simply perfect. The story line is perfect, the movie is perfect, everything is perfect. The director obviously knew what he was doing, and I loved every minute of this movie. It is very hard to make a film that is so good that you can't even believe it yourself. And this film is that good. From the time they started to the end, I was just blown away. I loved every minute of it. I was so into the story and the acting was just as good. I think people are going to love this movie. I was especially surprised when the rating went from a 6.3 to a 8.8. This is the best movie I have seen this year and I am so happy I went to see it. This is truly an outstanding movie. I'm going to see it again soon. I can't wait to get my copy of the DVD. I can't wait for the DVD and this movie is just perfect.

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Timothy Harvey

The movie has all the elements of a good comedy and plot that can be pulled off in a good way. The movie starts out with the main character(and it was good to see a female lead in the movie) in high school. He and a couple of his friends have plans to go on a road trip to another school, but they get the wrong address. There is one road they are supposed to take, but there is a back up road. So the plan is to take a different road. But the teenagers find the wrong address. But now they need to find the correct address for the school they are going to. So they decide to meet at a school named Bennington and do a quick calculation. When they get to the school they get the address of the wrong address. The teens think they are going to get away with murder, but they end up having to get away with a lot of guilt. I think it was a good idea for the main character to find out that his friends were all students at the school he was going to. So that was a good start for the movie. It showed that many teens can have such a sweet and wonderful lives in high school. So for the students of this school, who might have been kicked out of their school because of drug abuse, or sex addiction, or "acting up" at school, it was a great lesson in that each of them is different in his or her own way and will be different in the end, in high school. If you have ever had that kind of negative or high school experience, then you will enjoy this movie. I have a few friends who are in that kind of situation. This movie was about that sort of thing, and was told very well, and the two main actors played their roles very well. My favorite character was Kari Whittington's character, she was the leader of the gang. But I liked all the other characters as well, especially Nic Cage's character, she is one of my favorite actors. If you want to have a good laugh, then go see this movie, there are many funny parts in the movie. But I would have preferred the movie to be longer, and not to have such a shorter ending.

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Kyle P.

This is a perfect portrayal of the white rich and poor. Rich guy in NY. At the beginning you see the poor guy break the plane down. Your guy has a million dollars. He spends it on all these things he needs. When he needs something the poor guy has to buy it from him. Just as you would if he was the poor guy. The girl that was in the bar the whole time was there to help the rich guy find her friend. She eventually helps him break the plane down. You never saw her at the bar. You could see her walk by him. She didn't do anything to help him break the plane down. In the end she had to help him buy the plane. She was totally into her part.

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There were a lot of nice one liners in this film and it seemed to work out well for the entire movie. It's funny how if you read the script of this movie you can figure out a lot of the jokes before the joke is even said. So many movies nowadays have no sense of the film and just force their story down your throat just to have something happen. Or they'll just let it come naturally from every angle. School of Rock is the same, but this movie just had that strong sense of humor that it brought throughout the movie. There were times that it just made you laugh so hard that you'd just sit there and just feel like you were watching a movie. I'm a fan of Crank, because he's one of those movies that made you go "ok that was funny" and then you just want to say to yourself "how was that even possible?" Well School of Rock just made it better than I thought it would be. If you've seen this movie and have not seen it yet, go and see it. You won't regret it.

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Denise B.

I liked this film, and I still like it. This is like one of those 70's films that the people who made it had to make with a few buddies. This film is funny, but not as much as their films. It does have some new comedy ideas, but it's not very good. I thought the music was funny, but it wasn't very good. I also thought the opening and closing credits were cool. I think some of the guys from the theme song are cool. The boys are cute, but not very funny. The jokes are about as good as a good comedy can get. It is very, very funny. A lot of the jokes are kind of stupid, but then again that's what makes it funny. So I recommend it to everyone. Some people hate this film, but I have to say I love it. It's not very good, but it's not very bad. You can see it all over the net, and I would recommend it to everyone. This is a classic, and a good comedy.

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Andrew Webb

I came out of this movie feeling a little, like, "dude, this is some ridiculous movie", but at the same time having a good laugh at it. I know that may sound kind of weird, but you get the idea. Most movies these days don't hold that much promise for me and that's a good thing. This movie has me a long way from those lame mind-numbingly dumb animated movies like Toy Story 2 and a few other recent bad movies. It is very funny. Lots of good old fashioned comedy mixed in with some good 90s style shock humor mixed in with some 90s style cliche dialogue mixed in with a little of everything mixed in and this little combination gives the movie its good name. It was very much like one of those "vacation style" comedies of the 80s where you have a lame vacation to catch up on some sort of stuff, and then you get back and do some crime or something and a bunch of snobby locals in suits want to tell you that you're NOT cut out to be a cop because you're a goofball, like that guy from Scary Movie, and you get the feeling that's what this movie is all about, you just never know where or when it's going to come. You're thinking, "okay, I could do that, but that's lame" or, "this is great, so what am I waiting for?". My main problem is that I'm watching a movie with a fairly large chunk of gross-out humor. After I realized this I was thinking, "oh man, I have to watch this the next time I get in front of the tv for the second time in two days." At first I was watching it for the gross-out humor but it's so funny that I quickly learned that it was actually going to be the good parts of the movie that got me to actually finish it. I recommend this movie to people who are into seeing 90s style humor mixed with a little bit of 90s style comedy mixed with a lot of 90s style dialogue mixed with a little bit of 90s style action mixed with 90s style sex mixed with 90s style pot smoking mixed with 90s style robot babble mixed in with 90s style style. I'm just gonna write down the things I found funny so that you can see what I mean. This is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen, not as funny as Iron Man but just as hilarious

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Wade is a convicted murderer, and it's up to his two older brothers to keep him out of prison. Like one of my cousins says, that's the only way. I give the movie a B-list because it was relatively solid, and with a little more care, I think it could have been really great. Maybe it's because the movie is so old it feels like a low-budget no-budget movie. But, I think that's a problem with the movie, as there's nothing real compelling in it. There are a few funny bits, and an attempt at drama, but there are so many times the movie drags and just doesn't go anywhere. I think it's a very silly and juvenile movie. There's very little of the type of creepy, realistic drama that could have worked in a better movie. The film could have been more entertaining, but it doesn't do much other than be mildly entertaining. The characters are over-the-top and funny. But it's not a good character-driven comedy. It's basically an excuse to have kids who think they're funny and don't have any other motivations. The acting is okay, the script is not particularly original or clever. The movie would have been better if there had been some really mature, more nuanced parts. But that's not to say the movie is good. I give it a B-list rating because it was mildly entertaining. You could do worse.

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Sarah Schmidt

This is a nice movie for a rainy afternoon and a hard day at work, but it has a few problem: it's predictable, some bits are so stupid and some bits are so unexpected that it's difficult to have fun with the movie. I really don't know what to say except, maybe, that there's something wrong with this movie. I really don't know what. The cast is great. The story is good, I don't think that it's the best movie ever made but it's not bad either. It's a pleasant day at work for me.

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William Anderson

This movie was funny! Everyone is a hilarious character in this movie. Will Ferrell is amazing as Jim Morrison, and the rest of the cast is awesome. I like that they made "The Office" references, because that was kind of cool. I especially loved that Angela Lansbury is now part of a horrible movie. I also loved that they use the Marilyn Manson movie theme. I thought that it was great that they took the last scenes from the movie and rearranged them to fit into a movie. There were a lot of great jokes that just kind of slipped by me. Overall, this is an enjoyable movie. It has a few pretty funny parts, and lots of funny parts. If you are a fan of Will Ferrell, then you will enjoy this movie. If you are not a fan of Will Ferrell, then you will not enjoy this movie. The sex jokes may be a little too "nerdy" for some people, but it was funny. I think that the DVD should have a new scene on it with a different cast. Like the famous scene in the club where everyone is jumping around. Like there was a different actor in there. I recommend this movie to fans of Will Ferrell, and fans of a good comedy.

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Carol Hill

When watching movies from the 70's and 80's, you are often not sure if it is an attempt at humor or what. This is the case with Scary Movie. I laughed throughout the movie, but the second time through was really really bad. Luckily the second time around I laughed harder, and actually found the humor in some of the scenes, but it still wasn't very funny. Not a movie you'd be buying in a store, but you may want to check it out just for the style. If you can stand it, it is definitely worth watching. There are some decent bits in the film. It's just not a movie you would ever want to watch more than once.

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Jacob Harper

In the small town of Hiller College, a student by the name of James Brolin (Mark Ruffalo) has been missing for nearly two years. When the town's police chief, Frank Kowalski (Samuel L. Jackson), starts investigating, it's not long before the audience gets a sense of why his father, ex-murderer and infamous serial killer James Brolin (Harrison Ford) has disappeared, but why he's gone. Eventually, a mysterious TV news crew and the University of Texas police are the ones that put the pieces together and give it some closure. I'm a huge fan of Richard Curtis and his work on Full Metal Jacket, but I felt like he was going through a "baby boom" phase and his films weren't getting the attention they needed. This was a case where he gave it some attention and was able to make a decent film that everyone can enjoy. I was very impressed with this film and think it's a great example of what he does best. It's always funny, extremely violent and has some great performances from the whole cast. I found Jackson's performance to be particularly strong as well, showing his range as an actor. Director Crispin Glover (Clue, 25th Hour) has done a great job putting the pieces together and making the story flow smoothly, from the beginning all the way to the end. If you're a Curtis fan and you want to see a film that you can easily get into and enjoy, then this is definitely one to see. It's not the best film in the world, but I think it's pretty close to the best that Curtis has done. So get a seat and enjoy a great film that all audiences can enjoy. I rate it 7/10.

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Aaron Hall

The story was one I always wanted to see and was able to do so. I hope for more actors to do more comedy movies in the future.

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Wayne Ramirez

I found this to be a fun film, especially after being a huge fans of the Friday the 13th series, and probably one of the best of the series. It has some good over-the-top gore, and when the "Banned!" jokes hit (it's so 80's and retro), I was laughing out loud. The story was good and fresh, and not at all predictable. It was like the writers had a great idea for the film and were able to put it together. I was glad to have gotten a chance to see it, and I don't think I will be the last person to buy the DVD after this film. The amount of gore is far too much for my liking, and the story is a bit of a cliche. I really don't think this was the best of the Friday the 13th films, but still a fun flick. I really think that the Friday the 13th series is probably going to be remembered for some time.

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Gregory Lopez

I loved the film. It was a great film for kids of all ages, I believe. For people who do not know, the story was not about a famous hockey star but a teenage kid named Colin. Colin is bullied at school and gets "stuck" at school after he leaves his playing team because of it. It's when he's sent to work at a really stupid store in the mall that he gets noticed by the owner (C. Scott Bakula) who tries to help him. When he tries to make his dream come true, Colin doesn't want to leave the way he has lived his life, and starts fighting with the owner. Now Colin will do anything to get back into the "Team". He will do anything to get the girl of his dreams. And most important, he will not let the owners of the mall get in his way. And that is exactly what happens. I also liked the characters of Jax and Carson who are rivals with one another, and they work together to save the day. They are perfect for one another. And when I say perfect, I mean that they should be perfect, because they both have good intentions for their best friends. What I don't like about the film is that it is predictable and over the top. It's not as hilarious as some other movies, because it's just kind of a cliche, like the hockey rink fight in Cheech and Chong's Rocky IV. And it's predictable because of the guy who lives in the mall, the guy who uses gum to get by, and the police officer who starts to make jokes towards Colin. I also didn't like that it was just kind of happy ending, because that just destroys the whole point of the film, because at the end, Colin comes back to the store and wants to thank the owner for helping him and for letting him stay with his family and friends. So, like I said before, it's a great film for kids of all ages, not for adults.

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I must say that this film was different in that it wasn't in "The Angry Young Man" mode. I saw it before this movie and I can see why that title is important. So many movies nowadays are some sort of "comedy" for young men with "comedian" types of roles. They have their ugly faces and great sense of humour but behind them, it is some realness and vulnerability. This movie is different, no-nonsense, but it isn't meant to be some artistic or even brilliant effort. It was just a silly comedy for boys and girls of all ages. I really enjoyed it, it is a quick 90 minutes of fun that is definitely recommended.

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Ashley Wagner

Lacey Chabert is a charismatic and talented women who has the means to work, yet she has a failing mind. One night her life is changed when she meets Josh (Eric Mackenzie), a local bartender who just happens to be a robot, and becomes his right hand man. The two go about their business together, but their behavior towards each other grows slowly. The more they get to know each other, the more each believes the other is being taken advantage of. Eventually, Lacey learns more and more about Josh's robot brain, which makes her see what she had never before. As Lacey discovers Josh's mind, the audience starts to realize that there are many layers to this story. The way that it is being told is as good as it can get, as a spoof. The director Christopher Miller did a great job of making this feel like a film, even in places where it doesn't belong. The music is wonderful as well, and in this film the actors put their own energy into the roles, rather than following a script. The cast of this film includes, Sharon Arianos, Zoe Marie-Thomas, Colton Dunn, Mark Baze, Harry Connick Jr., and more. This film will not disappoint.

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Janice George

A weak sequel to 'Friday' (the first of the series), and 'Saturday Night' in which Christopher Walken played a cliched as a lame stiff, rat bastard of a policeman. This movie re-imagines the 1960s under the direction of Peter Bogdanovich. A disturbing, raving, 'Lifetime' movie in which it seems as though the violence is meant to mimic real life, and this goes hand-in-hand with the over-the-top violent ending. Very predictable.

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Martha Walker

This movie is definitely worth watching. I think a lot of people are a little harsh on this film, but it really is a good film. It is different, but that is what the first film was, different in every way. The acting in this film is good, the characters are very likable, and there are a lot of funny jokes. The jokes are not stupid, but are well done. I am rating this movie a 7 out of 10, and I recommend it to anyone who likes comedies.

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Tiffany Turner

This movie was really something, one of those one where you can't take your eyes off the screen for a second. It's in my top 10 favourite movies of all time. The acting was excellent, especially by Ethan Hawke. I would recommend this to anyone and everyone. I know I would. W.M.B.S: The Movie of the Year 2004

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Doris H.

From the 30's to the 90's, Roebuck started to wane in popularity, while Linda and Lila kept on providing good films. I think that it is good to change directors, and see different perspectives, this one is one of the latter ones. I agree with the sentiments that this is not as good as the originals and that it is not an example of the last 10 years of Roebuck, but I am sure that this is better than the "Something Wild" series and that the idea is still working.

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Kathy Hansen

I like this movie a lot. I give it a 9 out of 10. I enjoyed it a lot. I was laughing more than laughing. I was laughing the whole movie. It had great parts and good parts. I recommend to anyone who loves comedy.