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Our Top 15 Favorite School movies!

With August coming to a close, students are beginning their school years. Some are experiencing the trials and tribulations of high school for the first time while others are venturing to the bacchanal of college life. Both of these settings have been fertile ground for some great movies over the years. Take a look at the best of the best of the movies that take us back to our school days.
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12:34PM on 08/22/2012

Ahem....

Accepted should be somewhere on this list. Such a severely overlooked, gem. That is all.
Accepted should be somewhere on this list. Such a severely overlooked, gem. That is all.
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11:58AM on 08/22/2012
No Superbad??
No Revenge of the Nerds??
No Varsity Blues??
No Superbad??
No Revenge of the Nerds??
No Varsity Blues??
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10:04AM on 08/22/2012
Election! That needs to be on this list. I love that movie!
Election! That needs to be on this list. I love that movie!
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8:41AM on 08/22/2012
How is "Superbad" not on the list?
How is "Superbad" not on the list?
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2:50AM on 08/22/2012
I've never ever really enjoyed school and I was a horrible fit for the school system; I have plenty of sour (some actually really bad) memories from school and when I dropped out everything did seem kind of bleak as Singaporean society rides entirely on the school system. Well I'm glad to have recovered enough to look through this list, and these are two films I would include: School of Rock (for its exuberant, self-esteem boosting fun and all that Jack Black represents, and great child
I've never ever really enjoyed school and I was a horrible fit for the school system; I have plenty of sour (some actually really bad) memories from school and when I dropped out everything did seem kind of bleak as Singaporean society rides entirely on the school system. Well I'm glad to have recovered enough to look through this list, and these are two films I would include: School of Rock (for its exuberant, self-esteem boosting fun and all that Jack Black represents, and great child performances) and Easy A (for its clever, biting and fun satire of school rumour-mills and its portrayal of an intelligent, beautiful girl far above her peers who bites off more than she can chew with her seemingly ingenious gambit - and Emma Stone being Emma Stone).
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