_____________I had to watch this because I’m a bit of a Bad Education fanboy.
The film is a darkly humorous look at the negative effects of schooling in America today, as well as the way it has been used to further perpetuate negative attitudes towards children, and by extension, society.
This film has a lot of positives to it, as it’s not just about children being bad, but how schooling has been manipulated to push our society in the wrong direction.
As a Bad Ed kid, I was often forced to confront the idea that I was an inferior human being, and I was frequently told that I didn’t belong.
The Bad Education movie was the first time I felt like I had something to prove, and that I had the power to change something for the better.
When I was 13 years old, I finally decided to attend an accredited school.
I was lucky to get in, as my parents had both attended an elite private school in the same town.
After graduation, I enrolled in the best private university in the country.
Since then, I’ve been lucky enough to go to the best college in the world, and have had my own successful business ventures, as I have helped others with their business plans.
So when Bad Education came out, I had to give it a go.
Even though I was aware that this movie was a satire of education in America, I knew I wanted to give my own students a realistic perspective on how schooling in this country has become so negative.
In the film, the protagonist is named Donton, and she spends the first part of the film at a school known as “Bad Education” in Florida.
Her teacher is Mr. Blamey, who is the main antagonist of the movie.
Donton is a student at Bad Education, and is the only one who can actually succeed in school.
However, her teacher is very adamant that she cannot get a scholarship to a prestigious school.
In fact, he has already given her a scholarship for her entire life.
During her second year of school, Dontan decides to do something about it.
“I am going to become a better person,” she says.
A couple of days later, Dinton discovers that Mr.
Blamey is secretly dating the student of his dreams, and Dontonian decides to take matters into her own hands.
She sets out to take out Blameay, but he refuses to stop.
It’s a scene that could have easily been ripped from any other movie.
But for a couple of reasons, Bad Education manages to be so different from any of the usual fare.
For starters, the focus is solely on the students at Bad Ed, instead of the students themselves.
Instead of being a comedy, the film is more of a realistic depiction of what is actually happening in our society.
In the film’s first half, Duntons struggle with her decision to take on Blameey, and how it impacts her own education.
While she’s trying to save herself from Blame, the school is being flooded with students, all of whom have negative views towards her.
By the end of the second half, Blameys plan has been foiled by Dontons best friend, the former student of Mr.
Bashy, the teacher of Bad Education.
But the film does take itself seriously, as Dontontonian is shown trying to fight for her own future.
Through her actions, Dictonian is able to change the course of Bad Ed.
Not only is she able to save the school from a flood of students, but she also proves to Blameley that she is a more than capable student herself.
However, Dnton is also shown to have some issues with the school, as she feels that she isn’t as smart as Blame.
What was amazing about Bad Education is that it wasn’t just about the students.
The film shows the many people that were left behind by the bad education system that had become prevalent in America.
There are people that are left behind because of lack of resources, people who were left out of the workforce, and people that have been ostracized because of their beliefs.
At the end, we learn that Dontona is a very intelligent person, but that the system that she has created for herself is not for her.
And she isn, in fact, the most intelligent person in the school.
She is, in essence, the only person that can actually do something to save her school.