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The Bad Kids

The Bad Kids is a movie starring Vonda Viland, Julia Alexander, and Laura Ambrosius. A group of teachers at a Mojave Desert high school take an unconventional approach to improve the lives of their struggling students.

Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Louis Pepe, Keith Fulton
Actors
Vonda Viland, Robert Bartz, Julia Alexander, Laura Ambrosius
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A group of teachers at a Mojave Desert high school take an unconventional approach to improve the lives of their struggling students.

Comments about documentary «The Bad Kids» (14)

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Stephanie Oliver

I am a regular movie watcher and this was by far one of the most entertaining documentaries I have ever seen. This is not just a movie, it is a journey through the life of a family. This movie has a real feel of being in the life of the family. It really shows you the whole story and it makes you feel like you are right there with the family. It also makes you understand the family better and make you feel like you are part of it. I have never seen anything like this before. I also really enjoyed the acting by the entire family. There are some really talented people in this family and the entire family. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about what goes on in the family and how it affects their life.

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Anthony H.

This is the kind of film that you'll find a lot of people complaining about. I found it very engaging, and it's one that I would recommend to others. It's a personal story of a kid who had a very difficult childhood, and the stories he tells us are almost impossible to listen to without tearing your eyes out. I found this movie very interesting and, if anything, an excellent representation of what many children go through. The film is a very informative one, and even if you don't have children, you'll still find this film very interesting. I found it very, very interesting.

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Amber G.

I was expecting this film to be about child abuse and the families involved. I was surprised that the film was actually about the boy who was kidnapped. The boy is very articulate and well spoken. The girl who was kidnapped was a completely different person to the one that was at the time of the kidnapping. The fact that the man who was the kidnapper was a former child star was also a little unexpected. However, the fact that the man's past was revealed was very interesting. I also liked that they had the people who were associated with the child star named. Overall, I think the film was a great insight into the life of a family in a small town. It also gives you a look at how the media portrays a child kidnapping. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of child abuse. The film did a great job of showing the families side of the story and that it was not just about the boy who was kidnapped.

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Carl Andrews

I found this film very entertaining and thought provoking. It takes you through the history of the kids that have been in the Hollywood film industry. It's interesting to see how some of these kids have matured and what their lives have been like. One of the things that struck me was how much of a whirlwind life these kids have had to deal with. In a lot of cases, it's hard to find time to take care of yourself and there are times when you can't get out of bed and you have to go to work. The film also shows the turmoil that many of these kids are dealing with. Many of them are in jail and the film shows how that affects their life. The film also shows the highs and lows of some of the actors and their families. The film shows how they have dealt with the issues and how they deal with them. Overall, it was a very entertaining film that I would recommend to anyone.

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Linda Gonzalez

This is an extremely insightful documentary on the decline of the rock band Nirvana. The filmmakers used various interviews with the band members and their friends, and of course many clips from the movie "Smells Like Teen Spirit". They did a great job of capturing the essence of the band, their ethos, and their music. The subjects of the interviews were also very entertaining and interesting. I especially enjoyed hearing from the musician Chris Cornell, who is a friend of Kurt Cobain's and the band's manager. He has been one of the most consistent and positive people in the band's history, and this film shows the truth behind the legendary musician's suicide. The subjects interviewed are generally very well-informed about the band and the media coverage they received. The directors and producers did a great job of telling their story. I thought it was a very well-done documentary, and highly recommend it to anyone who loves rock music.

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Thomas Patel

The greatest movie of all time? Maybe not, but it's certainly one of the most entertaining. The docu-drama "The Bad Kids" follows a group of seven kids who play and sell drugs in New York City. They are all pretty much completely different people, but the two kids who I was most impressed with were the brother and sister. The brother and sister are the polar opposite of each other. The brother is a totally likable kid, a smart kid who can make even the most difficult situation seem easy. The sister, however, is more of a snob. She is the type of person who is looking for a life of privilege, who wants to become famous, and has no interest in anything else. The film does a good job of showing the contrast between the two, but the real story is how the brother and sister developed their own bond and friendship. There's a certain sense of family that comes through in the film, but the real strength of the film is the bond that the brothers and sisters have developed. I also really enjoyed the way the director used real footage from the day to day life of the group, which I believe was one of the best things he did. The last thing I would say about the film is that it is definitely not for the faint of heart. The first hour is really intense, and the last hour is also intense. I would recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of the original "Bad Kids" series, and I would also recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Joshua Douglas

The director, Mike C. Ross, has a good eye for conveying the human drama in a way that keeps you invested. The actors are all credible and have a voice that is worthy of being heard. The images are beautiful, and I think that the scene in the basement was a little bit of a surprise. The 'audience' is the most important part of this film. The scenes are shot in a way that makes you feel like you are there. The 'audience' knows that this is a story of people with a lot of passion. The audience is on the edge of their seat, and that's what you want to see. I'm going to see this film again, and I think I will be in for a treat.

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Steven

I was a child and a fan of the 80's rock and roll scene. I was also a huge fan of the Toronto-based band the Dead Can Dance. My first exposure to the band was when I was about 12 years old, but I have been a fan ever since. I grew up with the Dead Can Dance story, which has never really left me. I'm a fan of these guys since I was a kid, and I've been a fan of this documentary ever since I watched it in the cinema. I feel like I know a lot of people who worked on this film. It is very heartfelt, and that is what I think makes it so powerful. The Bad Kids: Rockers of the 80's are young rock and roll fans who had an unconventional upbringing, and that has affected them. The documentary talks about the fact that some of them became hard-core fans, but that there was also a side of them who were not so hard-core, and that they had a way of "choosing" the music they liked. I think that the whole "choosing" side is very important to the documentary. The Bad Kids: Rockers of the 80's is a fantastic documentary that I think everyone should watch. It's a must-watch for everyone. 9/10

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Peter

The kids were great. I've seen them in other films, but never knew they were acting until I saw this. I really loved it. I loved the story and how they lived it. I think the documentary would be better if it was done by a real filmmaker, but I think it was great that they got the story straight. I think it was a good idea to make the kids get their own house. They're not celebrities and that's what made the story better. I also liked how they handled the death of the father. I think it was a good way to deal with the story. I think they were amazing and it was great that they got their own house. They were awesome.

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Kathy

My husband and I watched this movie together last night, and we both thought it was pretty good. We both love history, and this movie really brought back memories of the last time we saw a movie that we really enjoyed. I liked the pacing of the movie, I think it was a little slow, but that's because it wasn't going anywhere, just sitting around and talking about things that we really didn't want to talk about. I thought the ending was great, I like how it was able to tie together the other movies and show that they really didn't all tie together, but it was still nice to know that they did. The only thing I didn't like about the movie was that it was too short, but it did tie in the other movies pretty well, so I don't think it was a huge problem. Overall, I thought it was a pretty good movie. I recommend it.

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Sean H.

I've been a fan of Barry Rehder's films since I was in my early teens. The Bad Kids was one of his first full length films and it was released on the same day as The Game and a year later he released No Way Out. I can't think of many other films that have been able to live up to No Way Out's legacy. No Way Out is a perfect example of a film that just won't quit. It's one of those films that will make you laugh, make you cry, and will make you say "Wow!". The Bad Kids is just that, a wonderful film that everyone should see. It's a film that can be enjoyed by adults and kids, and it can be enjoyed by everyone. It's a movie that is pure cinema, it's a film that is about friendship, friendship, friendship, and friendship. No Way Out will make you laugh, make you cry, and will make you think about life. If you're looking for a great film, No Way Out is it. If you're looking for a great film that's going to make you think, No Way Out is it. I can't recommend this film highly enough.

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Philip

A young man named Mason (James Mcconaughey) is taken in by the family of an older man named George (Russell Crowe) and his daughter played by Lara Flynn Boyle. George, who has been in prison for 13 years, is released and finds that he can now act and has a voice. Mason's stepfather (Rory Cochrane) has to let him go, but he doesn't want to. Mason begins to play the role of George and he makes friends with his sister, who is also a singer. The family has a house that is really a studio where they record music. George, played by David O'Hara, meets a woman, played by the amazing Maggie Gyllenhaal, and she starts to think he is her brother. I have seen this movie twice and I would recommend this to anyone. I would also recommend that anyone who loves music should see this film. This film is a real gem.

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Philip

I was going to watch this documentary without much interest and I am so glad that I did not waste the time. I am not a big fan of documentaries, but this one was really great. It really showed the real story of the street kids in the UK. I felt a bit sorry for the kids and it was very sad to see how they were going through their high school life. The documentary was very realistic and it showed how they could go through life without the support of their parents. It is a must see!

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Emma

It was great to watch this movie. I have never really seen anything like it. It is all about the death penalty and how the family is affected by the family. The director, Matt Heineman, is also a friend of my father, and I hope that he will have a career in the future. It is really refreshing to see how the families of these people feel about it. I think that if we could all go back and watch this movie we would change our opinions about the death penalty. The real tragedy is that these families don't have a voice. I think that there should be a day where everyone can see this movie and know that it really happened. I think that if you go and watch it, you will be surprised and would have a different opinion about the death penalty. I think that it is important that we see this movie. If you have not seen it, do yourself a favor and see it.