Cameron Diaz Bad Schools

June 27, 2011 by Post Team 

Cameron Diaz Bad SchoolsCameron Diaz Bad Schools, You know the story. Someone with an attitude of big city comes to a town or suburban area behind and turns her world upside down. Usually, the attacker takes advantage of the small town because people are friendly and open too stupid to realize how stupid they are. This is a rehash of the situation you find Bad Teacher, starring Cameron Diaz and Elizabeth Halsey. In the movie, Elizabeth is a gold digger with a dirty mouth who uses her job as a schoolteacher to raise money for breast surgery. His goal is to find a man who will take care of all your financial needs. Bad teacher is like the man in the music blends with any rom-com “I have to marry” history and topped with the occasional obscene or racial Zinger line. The best moments in the trailers were overturned, leaving this movie with just a handful of laughs sustainable.
Elizabeth starts with bad teachers leaving middle school for marriage. She is an “unorthodox” teacher who skated during the school year, doing the minimum while drinking during school hours. However, your ticket to financial freedom is often overlooked when her boyfriend decides to cancel the engagement. Therefore, Elizabeth returns to education. As terrible as it is at work, do not really know how he came to work in the first place or why the hell the school, even wants to hire her back. However, that is where the story really begins.

Elizabeth makes it her mission to meet the new “rich” guy for you to stop working. Justin Timberlake appears as the knight in shining armor Scott Delacorte. He is a master of the transfer and the son of a wealthy watchmaker. Unfortunately, it’s getting more of their own relationship problems with a girl who had a healthy bra size. Elizabeth is to raise money for big b**bs, hoping to catch Scott.

Lucy Punch stars as archenemy of Squirrel Amy Elizabeth. Amy is the cheesy “good” teacher and rival of Elizabeth Scott. Jason Segel plays Russell Gettis gym teacher. He is the archetypal classic rom-com: skip the love interest of Elizabeth, but inevitably I would be happier if she so chose. Russell is the only one outside Elizabeth seems normal in this city Hicks cheese balls. Of course, what is more surprising is that the school is based in Chicago, which makes all the characters seem totally out of place in its own idiosyncrasies small town.

The best parts of the film are the iconic “good teacher” refers to the film. Instead of teaching, Elizabeth plays videos about teaching as Stand and Deliver with Edward James Olmos and Dangerous Minds with Michelle Pfeiffer. Most of the jokes are reused to the point of nausea. For example, drink and other drugs at school. After watching the first time, repeated over and over again without any real benefit. Second, see Timberlake dry hump Diaz is more disturbing than funny. Finally, the film throws in several racial “zingers” that deserve a hot “boos” instead of laughter. Elizabeth uses the word “Japanese” in the class, before pointing to an Asian student and stating that she was not about him. It may make sense if the student had an Asian line, but it does not. Instead, it is a poor configuration for highest paid actor racial make a joke to someone who probably only be paid as extra. Then in the final moments of the film, a character is transferred to the worst schools in the district. To clarify what causes the worst school in the district, the writers have to say that she is the transfer of “Malcolm X” middle school. Thus, the viewer is left to assume that just because the name of the school Malcolm X must be bad.

Now that summer is here, it is best to save your money for a film that is really fun and takes risks worthwhile. Bad teacher is not that movie. There are a few funny moments, but you should save for your Netflix queue.

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