School Movie Quiz: Answers

Posted on September 1, 2012 at 8:00 am

Thanks to all who tried!  Here are the answers:

1.  A tough cop goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher. “Kindergarten Cop”

2. This classic based on a true story is about an English woman who travels to the other side of the world to teach the many children of a king.  “The King and I”

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3. It’s Saturday, but these five kids have to spend the day in the library for detention. “The Breakfast Club”

4. In this touching documentary, a community with very few minorities finds an especially compelling way to teach their children about the Holocaust. “Paper Clips”

5. A book by Roald Dahl is the basis for this movie about a girl from an awful family who is befriended by a kind-hearted teacher. “Matilda”

6. A musician pretends to be a substitute teacher to make money and ends up turning his class into a rock group. “School of Rock”

7. In this body-switching classic, a mother finds out what her daughter’s life is like when she has to spend a day in her daughter’s classes.  “Freaky Friday”

8. Undercover cops pretend to be high school students to catch drug dealers in this movie based on a television series. “21 Jump Street”

9. A high school drama teacher decides his class should put on musical sequel to “Hamlet.” “Hamlet 2”

10. Four high school girls form a witches’ coven and get revenge on the classmates who were mean to them. “The Craft”

 

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