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Night School is a comedy movie about a boy named Teddy (Kevin Hart) who many years ago was in high school. He was about to take a very important test, but for some reason he started getting really nervous. He then decided to not only not take the test, but he decided to quit school completely. Years later he’s doing great with a great job. He has a beautiful girlfriend named Lisa (Megalyn Echikunwoke). Only he’s living a lie. He gives the impression to Lisa that he’s very wealthy when the truth is that he’s struggling financially.
When he accidentally sets his workplace on fire. His ex-boss runs away with the company’s insurance money. He is left without a job and without having enough money to get by. He seeks for jobs without having any luck since he never graduated high school. He turns to his best friend Marvin (Ben Schwartz) for help. He’s friend advises him to not spend a lot of the little money he has left. He offers him a job under the condition that he has to get his GED.
Teddy accepts and then turns to Stewart (Taran Killam) for help since he’s now the principal of the school. Only Stewart was bullied by Teddy in school and he doesn’t want to help Teddy. Luckily for Teddy the teacher Carrie (Tiffany Haddish) heard that Teddy wanted to enroll into “Night School” so she offered him to join her night classes. Only Teddy thought that it will be easy to get his GED. The thing is that Carrie is not an easy teacher and she can’t be bribed.
Will Teddy get his GED and graduate High School? Will he get a job? Will Lisa find out the truth?
Will she stay with him after everything?
I guess you will just have to watch the movie to find out!
I would definitely recommend watching this movie. Have you watched his movie yet? What did you think about it? Comment right down below.
This movie is hilarious. It’s filled with funny scenes and is a great movie. It also sends a message about how it’s never too late to change your life. You can get second chances in life. Also you need to accept who you are. Having money doesn’t define who you are.