To Sir, with Love II

To Sir, with Love II

Mark Thackeray (Poitier) is a West Indian, who in the 1967 film had taken teaching in a London East End school. He spent twenty years teaching and ten in administrative roles. He has taught the children of his former pupils, but is now retiring.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:gun,   sequel,   teacher,  

After thirty years teaching in London, Mark Thackeray retires and returns to Chicago. There, however, the challenge of reaching kids in an inner city school proves too much to resist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


To Sir, with Love II torrent reviews

Sylvie R (au) wrote: Powerful film!! Not only does it expose all of BP's and the government's cover ups (like the fact that oil is still leaking in the Gulf of Mexico!!), but also, it's an amazingly engaging story. Don't miss it. It's Oscar worthy!

Brent C (ru) wrote: A good documentary on the Boston comedy scene of the early 80's. Some really good stories and some funny parts. Gives us a nice glimpse of the personalities and origins of the scene. Wish I could have seen more of the interviews with some of the comics on the special features.

Christy P (jp) wrote: Softens the heart and makes you grateful for your easy life.

Fabriio F (ru) wrote: Quality of the picture is awful, looks like it was taped with a VHS camcorder from the late eighties. Story could have been good but but neither the actors not the movie director seem to have brought much depth into the plot. It is okay...ish.

Moni K (fr) wrote: I've seen this movie couple of times and it was awesome every single time. Heartbreaking, touching and important. Just brilliant.

Daniel U (fr) wrote: I expected this movie to have over the top gore with its reputation but to my surprise it wasn't bad at all. This is your typical horror/suspense film and I enjoyed it.

Bill R (mx) wrote: Not what I was expecting. It's a bit misleading with the cover, but not horrible.

Alyssa M (fr) wrote: Mars epic.... one of the first anime I was turned on too... it was great them and its still great all these years later...

Derek J (kr) wrote: It gets credit for including the line "Then we fight with staves!"

Kent T (nl) wrote: saw this when I was 20. who knew life would be like this

Ronald B (jp) wrote: Strange, creepy, yet, eventually entertaining.

Fred J (gb) wrote: Brilliant movie about a human phenotype and her interaction with her environment, whether real or in her head, or both in a Schrodinger's cat sorta way. Even more meta than that, our heroine's socially odd behavior could even be a symptom of clarity and sanity in a clueless, emotionally vapid world. The kind of movie that invites intelligent projection -- or stupid projection! Hayne's best along with Far From Heaven.

Eric M (de) wrote: Immensely underappreciated, "The Book Thief" is marvelously acted, and beautifully constructed. A bewildering but touching story of childhood within Nazi Germany, the film is far better than critics have made it out to be.

Stephon S (gb) wrote: Slow. Painfully slow. Chock full of boring and irrelevant filler. And to cap it off, it boasts one of the worst, most unsatisfying conclusions of any movie I have ever seen. Just terrible.