The Bad Education Movie (2015) is a English movie. Elliot Hegarty has directed this movie. Jack Whitehall,Charlie Wernham,Nikki Runeckles,Weruche Opia are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. The Bad Education Movie (2015) is considered one of the best Comedy movie in India and around the world.
Mr Wickers and his class go on one final school trip after they finish their GCSEs.
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Okay, so going into this film i had seen just two episodes of the series so wasn't that familiar with the characters. The show has made me laugh though so i knew that it was at least funny. British sitcoms being translated to the big screen can be very hit or miss, i was hoping it would be funny even with a loose plot like The Inbetweeners Movie or Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and it delivered. Jack Whitehall returns as brilliant as ever as the bad influence teacher Alfie Wickers. Bad Education follows the British comedy trend of taking its characters on holiday, this time in the form of a mental school trip to Cornwall. As you can imagine, this leads to crazy antics. It sounds like more of the same, there is a good twist towards the end though. I don't want to ruin it as it wasn't in the trailers or anything and is actually unexpected. This twist got a bit silly towards the end, but the whole film is pretty silly so it isn't so silly that it completely takes you out of the film. I doubt this will get an international release, but if it does i don't think it is one that will appeal to an American audience. In an interview Jack Whitehall said that exact same thing, the humour is so British, and British at its finest. There are a lot of Jack Whitehall's balls though. I don't ever want to see his balls again. Although, this film features the single most intense scene of a man teabagging a swan EVER. I was genuinely scared for the guy. As a fan of the show, i'm sure you will be delighted to see all the characters on the screen again. Actors from Matthew Horne to Harry Enfield reprise their roles and all of the class are here to. They all get moments to shine as well which i like to see in a film with so many characters. In the end, i haven't laughed harder at a film this year. The plot isn't anything complicated, we have seen this sort of humour before, but as a British person if you don't come out of this film feeling you have had even a little bit of a good time then i will be surprised. I advise anyone up for a good laugh to check out the Bad Education movie, it may be silly, but a film with an opening that is an ET spoof featuring Anne Frank deserves to be seen.
As far as British comedies go, this was one of the best I have seen. Contending with the likes of The Inbetweeners and Mrs Brown's Boys the title stands it's ground. Throughout the film the comedy is well timed with some unexpected outbursts and classic schoolboy/girl humour and it is not as corny as you might expect from a film based in Cornwall. The actors have done a good job of continuing their on-screen persona and have added their own flare to the roles. The criticism I would give is that in some of the members of Class K there is not a lot of character development. But this is supported by the TV show where viewers of both the show and film will know many of these characters well, whereas an outsider like me couldn't even remember some of their names. This was partly due to the film's plot-line being very heavily based around Jack Whitehall's character, Alfie Wickers. And his testicles. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone wishing to have a seriously good laugh whilst learning just a little bit of History.
This movie is funny, though I recommend watching the series first, which may even be necessary to actually enjoy the movie. The movie in short: The class goes on a trip but of course, nothing goes as expected. Since the series has many more or less deep characters, the movie cannot compete in terms of character development. While the series contains on average 6 episodes per season at roughly half an hour (way too short for its quality in my opinion), the movie has to cope with introducing the various students and teachers within the first part of the movie. I am not sure if that is enough to really "understand" the situation/background story at "Abbey Grove". The characters may seem a little flat/stereotypical if one has not yet seen the series. Granted, "form K" pretty much has a member of every socio-demographic (?) group in it that I could think of of the top of my head. This makes the series more interesting, may seem a little forced to be funny in the movie. Regarding the humor in the movie, it is exactly what you would expect after watching the series. It is about the same level of sometimes beneath the belt but makes you laugh more often than cringe. Personally I am pretty happy with the movies ending. As most people may have experienced, it is an awful feeling when a series that one has really enjoyed watching comes to a close and leaves a feeling of emptiness. "The bad education movie" fills the void that the series left perfectly and at least for me, gives the whole story a finish that I can live and close that chapter with. I did enjoy the series more than the movie, though it is still a movie I'd recommend.
"Best School Trip Ever!" is the slogan of the Bad Education Movie, The movie starts off with our class of British teens in the Anne Franke memorial house. Though this scene was disrespectful in some ways to the history it did have the moments when the entire room was laughing! One year later Alfie Wickers played by Jack Whitehall wants to take his insanely crazy class on one final school trip before results day! Joining them is Joe's mum who is determined to make sure the trip goes wrong! Throughout the film the entire room was laughing when the jokes struck in, especially when the students phones were confiscated leaving Stephen to say "You wicked old witch!" to Joe's mother and in reply getting a "Shut it Dorothy!" The film is fun, a laugh out loud experience and was a great farewell to the series! Bad Education Movie—10 Stars (Should be released to more countries!)
Anarchic high school teacher Alfie, denied the opportunity to take his class of misfits on a school trip to Las Vegas has to settle for Cornwall, accompanied by PTA mother Susan who is determined to get him fired. As if that wasn't bad enough, the Cornish Liberation Army use him as a figurehead for armed revolution to liberate Cornwall from England. This British comedy is full of crude, silly, infantile humour and bad language. It is also pretty funny. Co-written by, and starring Jack Whitehall 9and spun off from a TV series) it is worth explaining that Whitehall is primarily a TV comedy performer, much of whose humour derives from the contrast between his terribly well brought up accent and his tendency to descend into sometimes horrifying crudeness. And that pretty much underpins this film – you get a fair amount of Whitehall's (no doubt prosthetic) scrotum, and a couple of brief glimpses of his (I suspect not prosthetic) penis – it's that sort of film. It's also often quite amusing, albeit the Cornwall Liberation element of the plot is a bit of a trial. It's not a great film, but I quite enjoyed its tasteless humour. Whitehall can take a joke at his own expense, which is a quality I like.