PG-13 | | Comedy, Music
After being kicked out of a rock band, Dewey Finn becomes a substitute teacher of a strict elementary private school, only to try and turn it into a rock band.
The riff of The Darkness song "Black Shuck" is used in the film, but "Growing On Me" appears on the soundtrack. This is because Black Shuck contains the line "Black Shuck, that dog don't give a fuck" repeatedly.
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When the parents of the kids are interrogating Dewey Finn, the police arrive to arrest him, Principle Mullins arrives too and so does his friend Ned Schneebly and his friend's girlfriend Patty Di Marco. They all stand at the door leaving absolutely no space at the entrance of the classroom. In the next scene Finn is seen running away in the corridors of the school from everyone due to a verbal misunderstanding between him and the parents. It is unclear how he was able to escape from the classroom since the entrance was completely blocked by the police, Mullins, De Marco and Schneebly in the previous scene.
The first few opening credits are on a guy's jacket and various posters in a rock club.
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