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Summer School
Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley




Overview -
A laid-back high school coach (Mark Harmon) reluctantly forfeits a Hawaiian vacation to teach remedial English to a class of likable misfits. This goofy comedy tells the sweetly inspiring story of the group of high school slackers who seem destined to fail until they land in the coach's class. As both students and teacher accept the fact that they must complete the course, all learn a great deal about themselves, their priorities, and friendship.

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Overview

A laid-back high school coach (Mark Harmon) reluctantly forfeits a Hawaiian vacation to teach remedial English to a class of likable misfits. This goofy comedy tells the sweetly inspiring story of the group of high school slackers who seem destined to fail until they land in the coach's class. As both students and teacher accept the fact that they must complete the course, all learn a great deal about themselves, their priorities, and friendship.

Main Cast & Crew

Carl Reiner - Director
Mark Harmon
Kirstie Alley
Robin Thomas
Dean Cameron
Gary Riley
Shawnee Smith
Courtney Thorne-Smith

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 98
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 032429283337
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: June 2004

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Campus Life
Romance
Teenage
Self-Discovery
Theatrical Release
Teachers
Teenagers
High School Students
Students

 

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Reviews:
"...Harmon is appealing in his first feature film lead....He has enough charisma and acting chops to keep this film going..." - 07/15/1987 Variety


"...Bright and bouncy....It's exceptionally good-natured and perceptive, and Harmon, in his first starring screen role, is a real charmer..." - 07/22/1987 Los Angeles Times, p.C1


"The whole thing's a perfect storm of casting and creativity." - 06/01/2007 Entertainment Weekly, p.57

 

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