Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Bad Teacher (2011) review

Posted by Muarif 7:17 PM, under | No comments

After the advertising campaign of a gravel look very effective, one could be forgiven for thinking that the ''bad'' in "Bad Teacher" refers to a public-school educator who fools around with her students. Many teens may be open on weekends in the hope of seeing Cameron Diaz to power his hot teacher fantasy. But - sorry, guys! - Not that the film is about. Make no mistake: Diaz Elizabeth Halsey is bad - it's an intriguing cored, very selfish and manipulative. The only reason is a professor at John Adams Middle School because her boyfriend left him for being a gold digger, and she has to sustain itself. Its sole purpose in life is the land of 10 000 dollars for breast augmentation surgery.

To spend the day, she babysit his students of the seventh teacher showing movies like Stand and Deliver, she smokes marijuana and lies through her lips more red, it is racist insults (''That's why the Japanese is exceeded! os''hun exclaimed, reading the newspapers of his students) and she flirts like a paid escort with sexy-nerd substitute Mr. Delacorte (Justin Timberlake) - but only because he is the heir custody of a fortune of the company. The joke's basic bad teacher, as director Jake Kasdan hits again and again is that Elizabeth is the character most dislike of the year. Diaz, up in the fat, is definitely the persuading strident angry, but there is not much spark in his performance, and there is so little bounce - or real shock - for the film overly controlled how we be rude! dark comedy that the audience is left stranded. We are not next to Elizabeth, or anyone else, really.

We are watching a movie trying misanthropic point dulled distributed''.''

Think music video in shorthand Kasdan obsolete trot out Diaz in Daisy Dukes in en''liderlige''bil washing stage and get his players to coat each other with invective. Timberlake has enough sincerity to make you want banal allowed him a second note, and Jason Segel as a romantic Phys-ed instructor at the sweetness of whipped dog. The actor was one I liked Lucy Punch as Elizabeth is the enemy of the good teacher. Hiring a physical similarity with Lady Gaga (more angelic and less far-fetched), it transforms the Goody Two Shoes-Girl world's most self-Valley updated. Even when it is atrocious, you like it.

Director: Jake Kasdan
Writers: Gene Stupnitsky, Lee Eisenberg
Stars: Cameron Diaz, Jason Segel and Justin Timberlake


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