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The Bad Kids

The Bad Kids is a movie starring Vonda Viland, Julia Alexander, and Laura Ambrosius. A group of teachers at a Mojave Desert high school take an unconventional approach to improve the lives of their struggling students.

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1 hours 41 minutes
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Keith Fulton, Louis Pepe
Robert Bartz, Vonda Viland, Laura Ambrosius, Julia Alexander
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A group of teachers at a Mojave Desert high school take an unconventional approach to improve the lives of their struggling students.

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Lori B.

You don't really think you know who's bad and who's good, do you? But when you are a kid and watching this movie, you know who's bad and who's good, and even in a strange way, you know what's going to happen. Then, at some point, you realize that this is all based on the same movie you saw as a kid. Well, there are different movies based on the same movie, which are so different. And if you are like me and you grew up with this one, then you will feel the same way. This is one of those movies that you can say to yourself, "Wow, that was a different movie, but the movie I saw as a kid is still the same." So, this is the movie that defined the experience of growing up in a small town, especially growing up in a small town with low expectations. And it's not a movie that I would recommend to anyone. The acting is great, but it's all fake. It's a fake movie, and it's really funny, though.

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Brandon Olson

This documentary is not a tribute to the Hills' artistic efforts. It is a glimpse into the culture of the American West. The Hills' were not the only ones to rediscover the frontier. There were plenty of artists who also rediscovered this new frontier, and many of them were not so thrilled by the changing times. This is not a film about the Hills' "art". It is a personal view into a community's dark, complex history. Many of the people interviewed were still living in the area when the film was shot, and I never saw them again. When I did see them, I always found that they were uncomfortable talking about their past. The most interesting aspect of this documentary is that it is not about the Hills' music, which is remarkable considering how much of it is shrouded in mystery. The music is rather central to the story, but I found it to be mostly a boring documentary. The film is actually made up of a series of interviews and scenes. I have to admit that the music was very interesting, and some of the scenes were very well shot. However, the interviews themselves were not particularly interesting. I found myself watching these scenes more as a means to inform me of the Hills' "art", rather than as a means of simply listening to the music. The music was also very boring. The songs played in this film are almost exclusively Mountain and Western, and I didn't find them to be particularly interesting. I did, however, find the interviewees to be very interesting. The musician Harry James, for instance, was very interesting. He is one of the most important folk musicians of the 20th century, and I find his style fascinating. Unfortunately, the music is almost non-existent in this documentary. The interviews with Michael Badalamenti and Joe Cocker are interesting, but they are very brief. As for the interviews with the musician Paul Simon, he is a much more interesting person, and I found him to be a very fascinating man. I think this documentary is probably more interesting for someone who is not familiar with the history of the Hills' music than for someone who is. The documentary does a good job of presenting this period in history, but I think it is difficult to tell a history lesson without showing some of the music. If you are interested in the Hills' music, you can find plenty of information on the web. I have found that the best sources are the book "The Cactus" by William Meyers

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This film is a must see, especially if you're a Bernie Sanders supporter. It's an informative, often hilarious, and honest look at the Bernie Sanders movement and how it has influenced the lives of many people. This film is so entertaining and informative. The people interviewed are hilarious and you will love the conversations they have. The people interviewed are not just some fringe "Bernie Bros". They're very passionate about Bernie Sanders. They want him to win the Democratic nomination. They are not just a bunch of morons. The documentary is mostly focused on the campaign of Bernie Sanders. It's not a campaign or a pundit's op-ed. The documentary is about the people who are in the campaign. This documentary is not a personal attack against Bernie Sanders or any of the people who are interviewed. The people interviewed are just people who are passionate about Bernie Sanders. The documentary is mostly about what people are saying and not what they are saying. I am a Bernie supporter and I think this documentary is so important. I think people who are not Bernie supporters, or are not passionate about Bernie Sanders, should see this film. This film will make you laugh and understand why Bernie Sanders is so popular.

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Deborah Snyder

When I first saw the cover of this film I had never heard of it. But then I saw the trailer and I was totally blown away. It was a beautiful film. I was very impressed with the acting in this film. The film is about four teenagers in the small town of Chardon, California. The teenagers are just trying to fit in. They are trying to get into the good high school, but have been told they are not good enough. The adults in the town are a little over the top. But when you watch the film, it is clear that they have a good heart. There is one girl who doesn't want to be a good girl, and she makes a very good impression on the town. The boys are just trying to fit in. Some of them are not in school for very long. One of the boys, Ethan, is having trouble with his mother. And he and his friend, Zac, are hanging out at the local pool and one of the boys is having a sexual encounter with one of the girls there. This is a very disturbing film, but it is so much more than just a sex scene. It is a very good film. I highly recommend this film. You will be very impressed.

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The lives of four young boys, all high school drop outs, who live in a group house in San Francisco. The films style is documentary style, but it is a surprisingly good style. While it is not a brilliant documentary, the film does a good job of showing the inner workings of these boys and how they view life. The boys are all exceptionally likable, the boys seem to have a genuine affection for one another. The film is not only informative, but it also has some great performances, especially from Jesse Eisenberg. The film is a little rough around the edges, the acting is sometimes awkward, the film is mostly a little too long, and the narration can get a little repetitive. The film is also really low budget, which can be a good thing, since the boys all seemed to have had some pretty rough lives. However, the film is still a really good documentary and will be a good addition to any student film collection.

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The problem with this documentary is that it simply doesn't want to tell you anything. If it had been 30 minutes longer, it would have been a much more interesting documentary. You're given little information that you're not already aware of. The problem with the documentary is that it's too focused on the negative. The purpose of a documentary is to tell you something, so this documentary was very much focused on the negatives of the economy, the economy itself, the real meaning of unemployment, the effect of this recession on the country, and more. There was absolutely no focus on the positives of this economy, or the people in it. I'm not saying that the documentary isn't important, because it's very important, but it shouldn't have been so heavy on the negatives. The main problem with this documentary is that it should have been an hour longer, and more in depth. It's a documentary, not a news story. People should have been told about the positive aspects of this recession, and people should have been told about the negative aspects of the recession, but that's just not the case. The documentary is very good, but I would have loved to have had more about the economic realities, the economic meaning of unemployment, the effects of this recession on the country, and more. There was some great stuff in there, but it's very light on the positives.

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Pamela Williams

The Bad Kids is a documentary about the bad and violent ways in which children are treated by their parents. The parents of these children are often white, upper middle class, Protestant, and therefore very accepting of their own children's violent and antisocial behavior. But, despite the best intentions of these parents, these children are just too destructive. Most of them have substance abuse problems and they can't control their impulses. They are placed in foster care and end up in the hands of people who don't know what to do with them. When they are placed in the care of other people, they get into more and more trouble. The documentary follows these kids for several years and it shows how they progress in their lives. There is no one who is immune from the evils of these kids. One of the children is a girl who is violent, sexually active, and has been in foster care for years. Her mom is such a loving and responsible person, that she has decided to get involved in the fight to help these kids. There is a man who has been abused his whole life, and he is the father of the girl who was abused. He is a wonderful father, who has given a lot of time and energy to the fight. He says he wants to be a teacher, but he will never be able to be a good father. This is one of the things that makes this documentary so interesting. This is a real documentary and I wish I had seen it in the theaters. It is very powerful and it should be seen by anyone who has a heart.

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Emma W.

The documentary of a teenager who was caught up in the drug trade of his age is a well done piece that clearly points out the issues of how drugs are being made and sold. It shows the age of the youth involved in the drugs trade and their views about the drug trade and the difficulties they face in dealing with the drug laws and the negative impact it has on their lives. This documentary is definitely worth watching and makes for a great reminder that drugs are a problem and that it will get worse.

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Anna Gibson

When I was a kid, the only movie I wanted to see was 'My Best Friend's Wedding'. I watched it a few times and it was good. I had a few friends in college who went with me to see it and I was really disappointed that they didn't like it. I only liked 'My Best Friend's Wedding' because it was like a little slice of life and it wasn't made up. I went to see 'My Sister's Keeper' and it wasn't made up either, but it was a far better movie. I guess this is the kind of movie that should have been made and made out. My friend and I talked about this movie for years and finally watched it and I agree with the majority of people that this movie should have been made. The last scene in the movie was a little strange but I think that was just the director's opinion. I think it was a great movie but it didn't need to have a happy ending to be a great movie. I also think that there should have been more scenes showing the growing up process and being a teenager. It wasn't the best movie I've ever seen but it was the best movie I've seen of all time.

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Ashley H.

What a remarkable, brilliant, and unique film this is. I don't know how this film is not on the IMDb top 250, the sheer magnitude of this film is astounding. It is not a documentary, it is not an expose, it is not a conspiracy theory, it is not an hour long interview with the subject, it is a documentary about a subject. The story is told from the point of view of the subjects, from their point of view. This is a story about the characters, and it is told in a non-judgmental manner. It is very difficult to get through this film, it is that powerful. It is absolutely fantastic, and I recommend it highly. 9/10

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Billy Schmidt

This movie is about a group of teenagers in an urban neighborhood who are being forced to leave by a corrupt school official. The boys are mostly raised by their grandmother, and their grandfather is an alcoholic. One of the boys (a white boy, and a black girl) is an over-weight drunk who won't stop throwing up. They are so ashamed of their behavior that they don't want anyone to know they are here. The boys have some friends who are gay, and they show their pride in their gay friends. When they are forced to leave, they find out the truth about their homes, and they are more angry at their own families than they are at the school official. This is one of the best movies about this issue, and it is about the more sensitive subject of homosexuality in a very real, and disturbing way. I highly recommend this movie.

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Carolyn Reynolds

The Boy Who Cried Wolf was really one of the most memorable documentaries I've seen. It was absolutely hilarious and it made me want to see the movie the same way it did the first time I saw it. If you have the chance to see it, do it. You will not regret it.

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Director, Marcus Nispel, has created a very intelligent, thoughtful, well crafted documentary that is perfect for anyone who is thinking about the importance of going to college and is currently considering whether or not to do so. The film tells the story of three high school seniors who are a little bit out of their league. They have no idea what they are getting into, they don't even know the classes they are taking and they're not even sure what they want to major in. In the beginning, the two boys meet up with their family and they decide to go for the "B" School. This is because the school is the cheapest and the best. The boys learn from a very good teacher and learn how to overcome their limitations. However, when they are back home, they realize that they are all quite unprepared for college. They don't know how to deal with the stress of their studies, their lack of a good grasp on the English language, and the social life they have to go through. Marcus Nispel really shows us the struggle and the ups and downs that these high school students go through and the importance of college. I really enjoyed this film and I would recommend it to anyone who is thinking about college or just wants to know what college is like. The film is very well done and the story is really interesting. The actors in the film really shine and they bring you into the lives of the characters. Marcus Nispel has created a great film and I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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Kevin Schmidt

Barry Scheck's documentary "Bad Kids: The Inside Story of a Teen Rager" takes you on a roller-coaster ride from a fictional town in Pennsylvania, to the streets of Los Angeles, to the streets of Philadelphia. One of the most important and successful documentary films ever produced, it's a great look at one of the most troubled youth groups in the country. This film is quite fascinating, as it's based on real events that happened, but it's also a very personal look at one of the most troubled youth groups in the country. The film looks at the personal and professional problems that lead to the formation of the group, but also shows the joy of the group members. The documentary is about how the members became involved with drugs, alcohol, and other forms of mental illness, but it's also about how they became more friends, and how they became more successful in life. The film features interviews from the members of the group, as well as from some of the other kids they helped out of school. The film is fascinating to watch, and I highly recommend it.

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Ashley P.

I recently viewed this on a cable channel and was surprised at the amount of profanity and violence in the film. I found it hard to believe that this was the truth. This film is not about the kids at all. It's about a man, in a wheelchair, with a black eye, whose life is a prison. He had a troubled childhood and has an uncontrollable, violent, compulsive behavior that he can't control. He has a dog that is his only friend and does everything he can to please the dog. He has a disturbing home life with his father, who abuses his son and loves to break things in order to get what he wants. He has no friends in his neighborhood and doesn't like people around him. He has an irrational, bizarre, obsessive fear of spiders and he's a big fan of creepy crawlies. The violence he inflicts on himself is nothing compared to the violence he inflicts on others. At one point, he is having a fight with his father and a neighbor and he just drops his son off at the bus station and he gives him a little ride. It is at this point he tells the kid that he is going to the "yard" where he will get a dog and his own room. The boy says he will be back at 5pm and the guy says that's about a long time. The kid does not believe him and he does not return to his father's home. He has a crush on the woman in the bus station and when she asks him to take her to the bus station, he declines. He goes to the bus station and sits in the waiting area, waiting for his bus. He is the only one who does not know his bus is about to arrive. The bus arrives and he waits on the sidewalk, watching people leave the bus station. He is the only one to see the bus go through the tunnel and comes out the other side and sees the guy who picked him up on the sidewalk. He gets off the bus and goes home. His father comes to the house and asks what happened to his son and he says he's fine and leaves. The father goes back to the place where his son lives and takes him back to his home. The father tells the kid that he would rather have the dog than his son. He then takes the dog out of the house and takes it to a pet store where the owner asks the guy if he has any other dogs. The guy says he has a

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Alice P.

My advice is to watch this movie. I don't usually watch documentaries but after watching this I want to watch more. This documentary is very important for all of us who have been a victim of sexual violence. It should be watched by all. It gives a new meaning to the word 'survivor'. It is about the day to day fight against sexual violence, it shows the real human face of what happens to these women. It is very revealing. We see what goes on in the dark corners of the system. It is very disturbing. The documentary is a must watch. It tells us about the impact of sexual violence on the people it affects. It shows us the real faces of these women and the hard life they live. This documentary is very important. It should be watched by everyone.

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Jacob Lawrence

I enjoyed this documentary as it was engaging and had a good story line. I especially liked the way the film focused on the violent youth culture and the unspoken message that young people of color should be treated the same as white kids. The Director, Janine Jackson, interviewed former gang members, including "Mike" who was the head of the "C" Boys. The movie clearly shows that there is racism in America and shows how the gang culture is a major factor in what happens to young people of color. I think that this movie is a must see and a must see for young people of color and also for anyone who wants to know more about gangs and their culture.

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Deborah H.

The Bad Kids is a documentary about the new generation of "bad" kids that is in school today. While I may be slightly biased (I was a high school student when this was released, and I know a lot of kids that are "bad"), I found this movie to be very well done. The film takes you through the highs and lows of the kids and their families. Some of the kids are very good, some are very bad. I think most of the kids were much worse than most of the parents in the movie, and I was shocked at how many of the parents seemed to be living in a different world from the kids. In the end, I was happy to see that the kids who were really good had to face their parents, and I was glad to see that the parents in the film didn't just do what the kids were doing. I found this movie to be very entertaining and a lot more thought-provoking than most documentaries. If you liked this film, you might also like Don't Be a Menace or The "Manic Child" Diaries.

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As a fan of politics and business, I found this movie to be extremely informative and entertaining. I am not a political or religious person and I am definitely not religious, but this movie makes a great argument. This movie does a great job of showing the American people how religious and political beliefs have formed and are still forming, in this country. As a business man, I would say that it is a must see for any business person and any individual that is interested in business, politics and religion. I can't say enough about this movie and would recommend it to everyone!

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Peter C.

Although the movie was well-made, the narrative was not very interesting. The quality of the narration was not particularly clear. The lead actor, however, was very convincing. I recommend this movie, for its level of detail and content.

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Dorothy Hunter

This is a fascinating, funny, and yet still tragic documentary about the middle-class social problems that arise when a group of friends gets together to party. They seem to be a well-meaning group of friends, and it is clear that they are just trying to have a good time, but they are also deeply troubled by the financial crises and the lack of stability that has come to their lives, both from their parents and from the friends they have lost to their own baser desires. The film seems to be making a point about the way that one can live life in the American Dream, but how much of the dream is being pulled out of the dreams of others by their own selfish desires, and how much is being stolen from the dreams of others. The film is very funny and insightful, showing that if you are happy, you are happy, and vice-versa. But also, if you are happy, you are happier. It is a very difficult and interesting documentary to watch. Definitely worth seeing.