Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.
A successful businesswoman is relieved to move on from her obsessive ex when she meets a handsome oil heir. However, romance gives way to suspicion when she discovers someone is watching her every move.
Minutes after Jamie catches Danny and Miss Matson making out in the teacher's home, she says to Danny, "Miss Matson is flunking me out of senior lit. While you two are messing around..." Miss Matson was giving Jamie C's on her assignments, and a C is not a failing grade. See more »
When a high school English literature teacher takes maternity leave, substitute Josie Davis (as Molly Matson) arrives to fill out the year. She also fills out some tight skirts and blouses. Possibly psycho, due to weird flashbacks from an ugly childhood, Ms. Davis shows ample cleavage and a lot of leg. This teacher is so obviously looking for sex; we wonder why the administration didn't observe her more closely. There are dozens of older looking "teenagers" who notice Davis peddling her services. She watches handsome baseball star Cameron Deane Stewart (as Danny Campbell) at practice, and decides he is to be her seduction...
This is the same plot as several TV movies, which seem to be recycled with one or two changes in character and setting. "Dirty Teacher" could have been improved by leaving off the "tease" opening, since it hints at an event which could (or should) be more uncertain. Also, Mr. Stewart is the conflicted protagonist instead of the one you're expecting, college-focused girlfriend Kelcie Stranahan (as Jamie Hall). The story doesn't make much of this, but it makes the movie's structure more interesting. The story sticks to formula and all the players, including director Doug Campbell and his crew, essay their roles well.