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I’m SAM

I’m SAM is an American educational comedy film directed by Jessica nelson and written by Kristine Jonson and Jessica nelson. It was released on 28 Dec 2001 and was distributed by New Line Cinema. It is film about mental retardation or developmental disability. This moves around the story of a child named Lucy, her father Sam and her mother with the supporting roles of lawyers. Sean Penn is the developmental disable father of Dakota Fanning, a seven years intelligent daughter, Lucy.

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October Sky-Educational Movie

‘October Sky’ a film directed by Joe Johnston is a film that is based on the autobiography by Homer Hickham Jr. Although it might have a plot that is quite unique at the core of it is actually a coming-of-age story quite like some of the older classics such as ‘Stand by me’. The film is about a coal miner’s son in West Virginia; who is s inspired by the launch of the Sputnik a few year previously that his ultimate dream was to launch his very own rocket.

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Good Will Hunting-Educational Movie

There is no denying that ‘Good Will Hunting’ is surely one of the films where everything just clicked and made it such an everlasting success, from the most frank conversational dialogues, simple storytelling, and passionate performances and with two fresh actors who have gone on to be two of the best actors in Hollywood today.

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Mr. Holland's Opus-Educational Movie

‘Mr. Holland’s Opus’ is one film that you need to watch entirely to appreciate even the first few scenes; it spans over a period of thirty years through the career and life of Mr. Holland, a professional pianist and the rifts that exist in the lives of all those people who are involved in the film; this is mainly because the plot has to be looked at in its entirety and the significance and universality of the film can be realized only if the film is carefully followed

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To Sir, With Love-Educational Movie

Among the many films that have been already made on struggling teachers trying to overcome the frustration that comes with having to teach to a disinterested classroom of bored students, ‘To Sir With Love’ is surely one among these that will not seem familiar to you even if you have seen similar plots before.

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The Emperor's Club-Educational Movie

Yes, the first thought that probably comes to mind when you watch the trailers of ‘The Emperor’s Club’ would be that you’ve seen it somewhere before and if you have a sharp memory then the film that is going to strike you first would be ‘Dead Poets Society’ and believe you me you would not be the first person to think in those lines.

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Lord of the Flies-Educational Movie

When posters of the ‘Lord of the Flies’ were released and as people began to watch its promos etc there was mixed reaction, some were intrigued and interested while some were simply groused out. But in reality, the film is actually pretty unique and is a remarkable story that is told very well. The plot is that of how a group of school kids from an academy

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The Paper Chase-Educational Movie

If one story has been successful enough to have been a hit as a novel, a long running television series as well as a film, you instantly realize that this is one story that you cannot absolutely miss out on if you haven’t already seen or heard it. If you want to know the story in a nutshell what better way is there than to watch it’s film version which is incidentally quite true to the book itself.

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The Man without a Face-Educational Movie

Whether you would like to call the film a new age ‘Silas Marner’ or just another age old story of a lovely bond that can form over education and pure mutual understanding, ‘The man without a face’ is very well among the most touching stories that you will see. It is both directed by Mel Gibson as well as it has him starring in it.

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Dangerous Minds-Educational Movie

If you believe that you got to watch any film which has Michelle Pfeiffer starring in it; you might not be a good judge of films. Of course, she does carry though a performance in this film which lives up to the standards that she has set for herself and that we expect of her, but she is about the only talent that you would notice on screen.

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Mona Lisa Smile-Educational Movie

In this film, Julia Roberts seemed to have achieved the same level of excellence that Robin Williams did in his ‘Dead Poets Society’. Although many people would like to believe that the film is a remake of the Robin William’s classic only with women in this film rather than a class of boys and a male teacher actually the film has its own different path of telling a similar tale, a tale that is the same in its essence.

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Music of the Heart-Educational Movie

You must know firstly that ‘Music of the Heart’ is actually a fictionalized version of the short documentary film called ‘Small Wonders’ and was made after the documentary won an award for its exceptional story. However, the film itself doesn’t pack as many punches as the makers would have liked it to have.

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School Ties-Educational Movie

‘School Ties’ as it belongs to that particular genre of films has to overcome all those clichés that are usually associated with the usual films about school life and an educational institute, especially since the film is set in the 1950’s which is the period of time that has numerous such films set in the same time frame.

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Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit-Educational Movie

As you can guess, this film starring the same old Whoopi Goldberg is the sequel to the mega hit Sister Act itself, and the question is whether it has lived up to its expectations or not. The answer to that question would be that it could surely not beat the first film but it has tried really hard and is a good effort enough, although the natural human reaction would be to keep comparing the older film with this one.

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