On the Harrington High School in Ohio, the newcomer Marybeth Louise Hutchinson tries to befriend the outcast Stokely 'Stokes' Mitchell. The quarterback Stan Rosado quits the football team and breaks off with his girlfriend Delilah Profitt, who is the editor of the school newspaper and head cheerleader. Zeke Tyler, who is repeating the senior year and sells drugs to the other students, has an argument with his teacher Elizabeth Burke. When the bullied Casey Connor finds a weird being on the football field, he brings it to his Professor Edward Furlong that finds that the unknown specimen lives in the water and has the ability of replicating. Later, Delilah brings Casey, who is the photographer of the newspaper and has a crush on her, to the faculty room to snoop around and find any evidence for a story, they need to hide in a closet when Coach Joe Willis and the teacher Karen Olson arrive. Delilah and Casey witness the coach and the teacher attacking Nurse Rosa Harper and they stumble ...Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(at around 13 mins) The printed sign in the faculty lounge taped up next to all of the water bottles reads "the floggings will continue until morale improves". See more »
(at around 1h 3 mins) Zeke states that Scat, a diuretic, dries out the aliens. A diuretic makes you urinate and must be ingested to work and would not dry out an object on contact. Scat is a desiccant which would dry out an object on contact. See more »
You got to pick up the line. God damn it! Get off the fucking field you limp ass blow jobs!
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The female teacher who was decapitated only to have her alien-controlled head rejoin her body, is seen (also very much alive) wearing a scarf around her neck, presumably to hide the scar. See more »
Trailers include several scenes not present in the final theatrical release:
Piper Laurie's character breaks the glass of a door;
Casey tosses a chair at Mr. Furlong when he attacks the students in class;
after Mr. Furlong's death, Casey looks out the window and Stokely asks the question "Isn't this usually the point where someone says 'let's get the hell out of here'?". Casey responds instead of Stan.
Gabe says "This is some weird shit." But he only says, "This is some weird..."
Coach Willis pops up behind Delilah in the faculty closet.
One of the teacher's finger turns into a tentacle while holding a coffee cup.
Coach Willis yelling: "There's no way to run!"
Coach Willis locking a door or a gate and then saying: "Now We're gonna have some fun!"
Gabe saying, "But I'm gone".
Mr. Tate holding up Venus and sticking her to the wall & then saying: "Where are your friends?"
Written by Sheryl Crow and Jeff Trott
Produced and Performed by Sheryl Crow
Courtesy of A&M Records Inc.
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Faculty is to Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, as Scream is to Halloween
This is one of those films that you will love if you enjoy sci fi films. It is a satire of one of the best there is out there. Satires are only appreciated by a certain audience. If you didn't like "Heathers", "Scream" or "Shaun of the Dead", then don't bother watching this unless sci-fi comedies is your thing. This isn't just a comedy, it is shocking and has great twists and thrills along the ride. At times it is down right scary. Even sexy (nudity)! It is all around entertaining with some pretty good acting. My personal favorite is the couple that is always fighting, watch out for them! If you loved at least one of the FOUR film versions of "Invasion of The Body Snatchers" then you will truly enjoy the satire of this film, and how much it truly honors previous classics in the way that "Scream" did. Now some say this film is for Teenagers who don't know any better than to think this is a great sci-fi film, but the biggest fan of this film that I know is my 63 year old mother, and I am surely not a teenager anymore.
This film is a classic, and yes, it does feature teenagers as the main cast (not the actors.) But the adult characters make a great performance, and even Jon Stewart is pretty entertaining as the science teacher.
One film that you should stay for the cast credits just for Jon's appearance!
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