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“School of Rock,” a 2003 Paramount Pictures comedy directed by Richard Linklater and starring Jack Black. Misadventures of Dewey Finn, a rocker who poses as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school as he teaches his unconventional and overachieving students to play and love rock 'n' roll. “‘School of Rock’ is one of those great movies that always felt quintessentially Nickelodeon in its tone and humor, and we jumped at the opportunity to partner with Paramount Television and bring it to life as a TV series,” said Russell Hicks, president of Content and Development at Nickelodeon. “Once again, kids will be able to laugh and rock!”
British Sexploitation/Sex Comedy. Lord Wingate, aquitted after appearing in court for fraud, starts up a 'finishing school' to teach girls how to extract money from rich men, in return for a percentage of their gains. He enlists the help of the Duchess of Burwood (Alcoholic Aristocrat played by Rose Alba) as a teacher and Hector (Cockney Geezer played by Nosher Powell) as fitness instructor. A probation officer friend supplies the first batch of pupils fresh from Holloway prison via a clapped out old mini bus.
Mitamura Yuka (Hiroko Yakushimaru) is a normal shy middle school student that has psychic powers. When a new student with similar powers begins to show his skills, by stealing the student government election, Yuka and her friends vow to stop him. The election has uncovered something which will put Yuka's powers to the ultimate test!
Director Ringo Lam’s 1988 film, School On Fire, is famously the bleakest of all of his films, and this from a director whose nickname was the “Dark-Faced God.” The Hong Kong censors, no doubt appalled by Lam’s apocalyptic vision, chopped the living crap out of School On Fire. The Hong Kong audience was not receptive to Ringo Lam’s vision of nihilism and despair, even after being diluted by the censors, so School On Fire failed miserably at the Hong Kong boxoffice, closing after only a one-week theatrical run.