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General Education (2012)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 22 August 2013 (Russia)
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Levi Collins is set to go to the local University on a tennis scholarship, but he forgot to tell his parents one thing - he didn't graduate. As a result, he must take summer school before ... See full summary »

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Levi Collins is set to go to the local University on a tennis scholarship, but he forgot to tell his parents one thing - he didn't graduate. As a result, he must take summer school before his mom and dad discover he's failed senior science. At school, Levi falls in love with his classmate, Katie, and learns that he has to make a choice between playing tennis and receiving a proper education. General Education is a quirky comedy about a family learning to grow together. Written by PHP

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Rated PG-13 for sex references and a drug-related gesture
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E Agora? Repeti em Ciências  »

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$282 (USA) (24 August 2012)

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$8,601 (USA) (24 August 2012)
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A high school senior risks losing a scholarship when he fails to graduate on time and his last minute efforts to pass high school science.
24 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time. It was fun and entertaining. I have shared it several times with family and friends and have enjoyed it every time. The characters are well-portrayed and feed well off of each other. I especially enjoyed the teacher played by Elaine Hendrix who came across as firm but patient and understanding towards her students. Maiara Walsh was also fun to watch as she juggled her relationship with her mother as well as with Levi.And I was pleased to see Mr. Collins come around and support his son in the end, showing the real importance of family after all. I have put this on my "Christmas Wish List" and plan on giving it as a gift as well.


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