PG-13 | | Comedy, Music
After being kicked out of a rock band, Dewey Finn becomes a substitute teacher of an uptight elementary private school, only to try and turn it into a rock band.
Andrew Lloyd Webber made this movie into a musical, which opened on Broadway in late 2015.
They hate me.
Dewey Finn: No they don't.
Miss Mullins: Yes they do, I can see. I wasn't always like this, you know, I wasn't always wound this tight. There was a time where I was fun. I was funny! I was. But you can't be funny and be the principle of a prep school! No, you ...
When putting the drum kit away, the Hi-hat is missing.
The "School Of Rock" band jams throughout the closing credits.
In the theatrical version of the film, the performance by School of Rock during the end credits is changed. Originally, after several solos, Dewey tells Katie she does not get one, as bassists don't get solos and that's just how it works. This was changed for the DVD and TV versions: Dewey does not tell Katie that bassists don't get solos and she does not assume she gets one anyhow.
$19,622,714 (USA) (5 October 2003)
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