Private School

Private School

Private-school student Christine loves Jim. But her classmate, Jordan, is also vying for Jim's attention and trying to end his relationship with Christine. Meanwhile, Jim's friend Bubba embarks on a series of sexual escapades, including dressing up as a woman to access the girls' locker room. Despite Jim and Christine's efforts to spend some time alone, various shenanigans and schemes interfere.

Private School follows Christine, a student at an exclusive all-girls private school and Jim, a student at an academy for boys nearby as they attempt hard to have sex for the first time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Scott P (kr) wrote: Rubbish! Story was weak, character designs were horrible, and aside from Constantine and Zatanna, I did not care for any of the vocal choices, ESPECIALLY for Etrigan, Swamp Thing, and Deadman! Such a disappointment.

Glenn V (br) wrote: Really not my cup of tea. I like Z-movies, but this one felt a bit ridiculous to be honest.

Stuart M (ag) wrote: John Wayne dies! Yes!! As you might gather I'm not a big fan of the Duke. I've always found him too patronizing and self-righteous for my tastes. So that premise alone was enough to sell me on this film.I have to admit that I actually liked the Duke in this movie. He seems eminently more human and uncertain than I'm used to seeing. This is a man with actual character flaws. In other words he is playing a role instead of just trying to be what he thinks of as the ideal man. He also has a wife and his scenes with her seem actually comfortable and tender. Again, he seems human. This is a man aging, and he's not posturing about it like he was in the Shootist.The real draw of this film is the fact that while John Wayne is the lead he's not what it's about. It's about the boys and their coming of age. The film is blessed with a string of good child actors and there isn't a single performance that feels out of place or unnatural. Usually kids trying to act tough come off as posturing so this is a pleasant surprise.There were some complaints at the time about the film's implications of the necessity of violence for becoming a man but I don't see them. Sure, there's violence and danger in the film, and it is intimitely connected with the coming-of-age narrative, but it's never implying that such things are necessary. Wayne even tells 'em not to do it. There are plenty of films about coming of age in a war zone but nobody believes that you need a war to grow up. The confusion seems to come from the fact that it's a bit like a schoolboy's fantasy. Being a western hero was every American boy's dream for decades. It'd be like someone today claiming that superhero movies encourage the idea that you need your parents to die tragically in order to become a man. There is a certain amount of disregard for the cost of taking a life and I could have dealt with a bit more anguish over killing men, even evil ones, but at the same time it never takes the danger lightly.The villain in this film is great. He's kind of a warm and friendly guy, who will threaten you to your face while still grinnin'. He's genuinely disturbing, which is fitting given his role. I'm told an entire generation of boys refused to give Bruce Dern a second chance as an actor because of this.On a final note John Williams wrote the music for this (about five years before Star Wars) so even the score is wonderful. An excellent film!

Igor A (fr) wrote: za site sto sakaat metal! :) jak film, nema labavo :)

Ravichandran P (kr) wrote: d best commercial cop tale i ve ever seen. wat a movie. it was simply mindblowin. surya at his best (not to be compared wid kakkha kakkha)..the best screenplay for a commercial pot boiler, moves off lik anything.. all of them ve don der best.. both technically and the screenplay wise it was good.. i wud giv 4.5/5.. SINGAM, a perfect roar..

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Jacob F (us) wrote: While it does have all of the cliches and arbitrary family Xmas situations you'd expect, it does feature a few strong performances and ventures into relatively darker (and more engaging) territory than other films with similar set ups.

Subhajit B (de) wrote: This movie packs a lot of laughs but does not live up to what Munnabhai MBBS made me expect out of this movie. And please note that this is not a sequel but a kind of 'what if...' Munnabhai and Circuit had been in this situation.

Ian M (us) wrote: This film intrigues me. Definitely have to check it out some time!

Wahida K (es) wrote: She knew his face. His touch. His voice. She knew everything about him... But the truth.

Dan G (ag) wrote: I really liked this when it came out, but then again I really like Cassavetes/Rowland work.

John B (de) wrote: Prior to her political turn, Glenda Jackson was actually one of the up and coming stars in British film. This is a prime example of what she can do when pressed. No longer controversial but terribly entertaining.

Logan M (it) wrote: Inspired by the real life Leopold and Loeb thrill killing, "Compulsion" works better as a detective and legal drama than an insight into a killer's mind.

Chrisanne S (es) wrote: Feminine mush but enjoyable because of Durbin and Cummings. Nice to see Parrish in a non-villainess role.

Ian B (br) wrote: Considered now a seminal film in the histories of screwball comedy, romantic comedy, and indeed the Academy Awards, It Happened One Night is perhaps the most sophisticated example of early Hollywood sound filmmaking that would define the Classical Hollywood Era. It's an enjoyable trip with whip-smart repartee, clever schticks, and charming performances from its shining stars - Gable and Colbert - and supporting cast alike.

David P (ru) wrote: Loved This Movie Great Sequel, Excellent cast, and Loved Dwayne Johnson as a Gay Bodyguard He made the movie even funnier!!!!

Jason M (au) wrote: Way better than expected.

Brijesh P (br) wrote: Stay Tuna'd in to this one you will not be disappointed. Simple and yet so sophisticated, very cute (?!) movie

Andrew G (fr) wrote: Charming with plenty of chuckles, mainly because of the immensely likable Tipton and Teller.

Christopher S (ca) wrote: A pretty ingenious thriller from Australia has accurately been described as 'Rear Window' on the highway. Stacey Keach is a lot of fun in the lead - in a story full of genuine suspense, desolate Outback atmosphere, and offbeat humor. An obscure gem that deserves to be better known.