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Sex Ed (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 7 November 2014 (USA)
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Eddie lands his first teaching gig at an inner city middle school and finds his highly pubescent pupils are receiving no form of sexual education. Eddie isn't really equipped to teach them...he's not exactly experienced romantically.

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... Eddie
... Pilar
... Tito (as Kevin Hernandez)
... Sydney
... Washout
... JT
... Trish
... Lupe
... Ally
... Bobby the Bouncer
... Hector
Isaac White ... Leon
... Rev. Hamilton
... Montana
Valdi-Agaelle Belizaire ... Shelly (as Valdi Belizaire)
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When Eddie lands his first teaching gig at an inner city middle school, he quickly finds that his highly pubescent pupils are receiving no form of sexual education. Eddie isn't exactly equipped to teach them - he's not exactly experienced romantically. And he's falling in love with the older sister of one of his students. But Eddie goes off lesson plan anyway, delving into the world of menstrual cycles and sexually transmitted infections, and in doing so, incurs the wrath of the local reverend. Written by Anonymous

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Fake it til you make it

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Comedy | Romance

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The film is shot in and around the Tampa Bay Area, showing the beautiful Riverwalk and historic Ybor City. See more »

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By law, teachers must give students condoms. Pilar had no right to yell at Eddy. If a teacher denies the student condoms and the student ends up pregnant or with STD's, both the teacher and the education system can be sued. See more »

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JT: You say no jobs. There's no jobs. There's no jobs in this area. It's a jobless It's a job-free zone. That's what you tell him. No jobs.
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References Modern Family (2009) See more »

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HJO shines in a very likable comedy
8 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Let's get this out of the way first: yes, Haley Joel Osment looks-wise isn't the kid who sees dead people or even his 16-year old self in the wonderful "Secondhand Lions". He's chunky (and could use a good haircut), but damn! is he a really good actor.

He carries this movie, he makes what could be a one-note or creepy character come alive. It helps that he has a terrific script to work with, it could easily have turned preachy fast but except for a scene near the end, it's more about Ed, HJO's character, and his lack of self- esteem, awkwardness around women, career frustrations and so on.

The rest of the cast is really good as well, especially Lorrenza Izzo as Pilar, Retta as bar owner/landlord Sydney, Matt Walsh as the school administrator Washout and young Isaac White as Leon. The rest of the cast is fine as well, even in the small parts. It's well directed and filmed and the score is full of toe-tappers. Special note should be made of the band that plays in Sydney's bar, what terrific musicians.

If you take this movie for what it is --a low-key, low budget comedy with some points to make-- it's a nice way to spend 90 minutes.


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