The Bad Education Movie


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 66%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 4115


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Talulah Riley as Phoebe
Clarke Peters as Commander Andrews
Iain Glen as Pasco
Jeremy Irvine as Atticus Hoye
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732.83 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tom ([email protected]) 10 / 10

"Best School Trip Ever!"

"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!)

Reviewed by Jenia 6 / 10

Not so bad

I think this movie will mostly suit the fans of the TV show ,the humor is pretty dumb and trashy and some will find this movie as a garbage. I discovered that this movie is based on a TV show only after i've finished watching.This film was a fun comedy until the first half of it ended and then it escalated pretty slowly so i cant say that i wanted to switch it off before it ended , give it an additional 10 minutes and i totally would have.This film is packed with English humor so if you cant bare it don't even start watching.The story and the actors are pretty solid , i wont say that its super original or something but still this comedy provides something many comedies fail to provide and its the ability to keep a smile on your face through all of the film. Ill mention it again because its important , the humor is very low and dumb so if you cant handle it avoid it.

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 2 / 10

Take the word Education from the title.

For the past few years, there has been a trend in UK cinemas, where a moderately successful TV comedy has made its transition to the big screen.

Some have had a wonderful success, due to the time of the films releasing, but all have one thing in common, they are devoid of any laughs, and it's just an excuse to milk a series where the audience has dwindled just a tad.

And like many of these TV to big screen movies have the same plot point, they all go on holiday.

Since Holiday On The Buses, right up to last years Inbetweeners sequel, the makers think its a wonderful idea to put the regular characters out of their series settings comfort zone. Well as soon as the BBFC card springs up on screen, this has already happened, because films like this have no business clogging up screens.

I've never seen the TV series, but I've heard okay-ish things about it, but this takes British comedy back nearly forty years, with the exception of seeing Whitehalls testicular region not one time, but three blooming times, and it's never funny, it's nothing more than an air of desperation from the writers.

Add a silly subplot about Alfie being a terrorist and leader of a pseudo movement calling themselves the CLA, the film not only manages to be unfunny, it also manages to insult almost every resident of Cornwall, because my gosh, those poor folk are mocked within an inch of their life.

Add a embarrassed looking Harry Enfield, and Mathew Horne, and you have another in a long line of terrible British TV comedy movies.

Can stand proud with the following movies.....

Alien Autopsy. The Boys In Blue. Lesbian Vampire Killers Mrs Browns Boys D'Movie Keith Lemon The Inbetweeners And I'm sure there are dozens more.

Wretched tosh.

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