Bad Education details
|Starring:||Gael Garcia Bernal, Fele Martinez, Daniel Gimenez Cacho|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema|
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||27 Dec 2004|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Classic Pedro with a hint of HitchBy KChawgo from London , 11 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This tale of two friends who meet after being in school years before has all the wonderful touchs of a Pedro film. It has the vivid characters, the colourful characters and the fantastic set pieces but this one has added a slight difference and that is the Hitchcock touch. The script and acting are wonderful and the plot twists make you excited to watch more to see how it all pans out.
This is one of Pedro's best (in my book) and would recommend this to all lovers of European cinema.
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I was spellboundBy artguy (1 review) from Nottingham , 28 May 2010A complex, extraordinary and riveting film.
There are some minor flaws but, for me, it's a truly great cinematic experience.
twist in the tailBy stortman (19 reviews) from Bishop's Stortford , 20 Apr 2010An unusual film, with a twist in the tail.Reasonably good viewing, that makes you incorrectly guess what happens, but can confuse.
Brilliant suspenseBy Thegaycritic (128 reviews) from Huddersfield. , 05 Apr 2010Loved it. Great acting and story. Gael was brilliant. I've never seen an Almodovar movie that I didn't either enjoy or absolutely adore. This fell into the latter category.
Bad Education (2004)By a customer from London, England , 18 Mar 2010While the films subject matter may not be to all tastes, it is a supremely rewarding experience and a real masterclass in storytelling and acting.
Very goodBy Randomfilmbuff (327 reviews) from London , 17 Jan 2010This was an excellent film which is in the classic style of pedro almodovar. It is almost in the league of All about my mother and Talk to her. The only issue I have with it is the ending - seemed a bit rushed but overall very good