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(30604) 5.6 111 min 2018

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.

Starring
Tiffany Haddish, Romany Malco, Rob Riggle, Kevin Hart
Genres
Comedy
Director
Malcolm D. Lee

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Malcolm D. Lee
Writer Harry Ratchford, Nicholas Stoller, Kevin Hart, Joey Wells, John Hamburg, Matthew Kellard
Stars Tiffany Haddish, Romany Malco, Rob Riggle, Kevin Hart
Country USA
Also Known As Akşam Okulu, A Turma da Noite, Vakarine mokykla, Operação Supletivo, Operação Supletivo: Agora Vai!, Khakham ba'laila, Escuela para fracasados, Vakarskola, Loserii de la seral, Esti iskola, Back to school, Cours du soir, Escuela nocturna, Wieczorówka, Večernja škola, La scuola serale
Runtime 1H 51M
Description 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.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 00:46

When I first saw this movie on TV, I didn't get it. I said "What the heck are they talking about? This is just a bunch of teenagers talking." But then I watched it again. I now see that it is much more than just teenagers talking. It is about friendship and what it means to have friends. The first half of the movie shows how a 13-year-old boy who is depressed and has a crush on a girl (the character of Cory) loses her mother to cancer and is depressed because she is not a part of his family anymore. Cory spends his time trying to find a way to get his mother's ashes. He watches kids who he has an old friendship with. Cory finds this movie and wants to be a photographer. When he finds out that the director of this movie is his sister, he gets into a relationship with her. Cory, who is very quiet, gets her to have a friend. He finds out that Cory's father doesn't think that Cory has a friend, but he gives Cory his phone number so that Cory can call him. Cory, having a friend, gets her to call her mother, who is very upset that Cory is dating another girl, but she gives Cory her father's number so that he can come over and talk to Cory. Cory is glad to have a father figure, but not to have her mother. Cory's mother dies, and Cory goes to a funeral and gets a job at the cemetery. The last scene shows Cory's father coming to see him, and he realizes that he did the right thing by giving Cory his phone number, and he is happy to have friends. The final scene is very sad and you see Cory sitting in the cemetery watching the graves of his dead friends. Cory and his friend get into an argument about Cory's friend being a stalker. Cory's father then comes and sees how Cory is feeling. His father tells him that he loved Cory as a child and that he loves Cory as a man now. Cory then cries, and the father says that he has to go. Cory then goes home and calls Cory's mother. He apologizes for what happened the day before and tells her that he loves her, and she says "It's okay. You didn't need to do that." Cory then gets the phone call that his father sent him. He looks in the phone and sees his father standing in the door. Cory then calls his father and they go on a date. The next morning, Cory wakes up and realizes that he is married and has a daughter, Annie. Cory says to his daughter "I think you did a good thing, Annie." Annie is happy to hear that her father is finally happy, but she doesn't believe that he is actually happy. Cory gets back in touch with his father, and they talk about his relationship with Cory. Cory tells his father that he wants to start a relationship with his daughter, and his father says "I didn't know you were married." Cory is very happy, but his
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 07:38

Brought up on David Mamet's fiction, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Mystery Men, I was going into this movie with very high expectations. Unfortunately I did not enjoy the movie as much as I thought I would. The story is pretty clear: Larry Wall, a spoiled rich kid who enjoys a lavish life with his spoiled rich dad (in this case, his spoiled high school sweetheart Margaret), moves to a middle class neighborhood with the hopes of making his parents proud. However, things go awry and the wealthy teenager is facing personal problems that could mean the end of his dreams. Meanwhile, several kids are suffering from issues of their own, with one of them having to move out of his grandparents' house. To make matters worse, Larry's beloved father (for the most part) does not appreciate his son's growing dissatisfaction with his life and an upcoming criminal trial, in which he believes he has a strong chance of being convicted of murder. It is up to the local kids (who all struggle to keep their parents happy with their lives), to keep Larry from ending his dreams, and to defeat the family's jealous son. I can't say I have seen the TV show, but I could understand why Larry might be upset by the events in the movie, as the plot is fairly clear. It was interesting to see the actors and actresses involved in the movie, and I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes to be entertained by a good movie. It was not perfect, however. I would say that it has a few flaws, mainly because of the aforementioned flaws in the story line. The casting was good, in my opinion, and I would have liked to see more of them. The story seemed too formulaic. It also had a rather predictable ending. The same may be said for the ending. The movie did a good job of keeping me entertained, but it did not really keep my attention as long as the TV show or novels do. I would recommend this movie, but only if you enjoy the TV show and books, and don't expect a movie with a lot of action.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 22:01

We're living in a time when movies and shows seem to be dependent on the things that money can buy. In this case, that is, cash. The movies that have been released recently have cost more than $100 million, and this is why Hollywood is so desperate to increase the size of their production facilities. Some movies will be released on television, or even cheaper theaters, and then try to expand the production facilities to make more money on the publicity and the box office. This is where the stories of Madea and Son of the Mask come in. Madea, who plays it as a not so bright but simple woman, is called to bring a deceased nephew (The Mask) to his funeral, which requires her to make some money to pay for a trip to the Dominican Republic. Along with her and some of her friends, including the local prostitute (I won't say anything more), Madea decides to go to the Dominican Republic. While there, she meets Son of the Mask, who helps her in the way he can, and they both become close. With her being in the country as a tourist and him as a smuggler, they slowly start falling in love, while both avoiding the police and a crooked local mayor. I have seen most of the movies made from the first movie, and there are so many similarities between the two films that I couldn't help to mention them here. The action scenes are almost the same, and all the actors are in the same place in the same situations. The dialogs are as real as the action, the love stories are the same as the action and the gangsters are the same as the action. So this was a perfect movie for those who like the same story and the same way to kill time, and it would be an even better movie for those who like a pure Americana style with lots of action. The only problem is the originality. It could have been so much more but that's the point, and even though I admit it's a very good movie, I think that in a year or two, the originals will be so much better, because people will have forgotten the first one. All in all, this is a must see movie for any person who likes the movies that are made by the people who make them. 9/10


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