School of Rock is uncut bliss.
Mentions Mike White's role as writer for "School of Rock"
''School of Rock'' doesn't try to convince us that any of this is real or even remotely possible. A shaggy loudmouth like Dewey could never talk his way into a substitute teaching job. The molding of a fifth-grade class into a well-oiled rock machine in a few weeks is also inconceivable, as is the notion that it could be done in secret under the principal's nose.
Category entitled "Schools of Rock"
''School of Rock'' is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned) for strong language.
SCHOOL OF ROCK
Directed by Richard Linklater; written by Mike White; director of photography, Rogier Stoffers; edited by Sandra Adair; music by Craig Wedren; production designer, Jeremy Conway; produced by Scott Rudin; released by Paramount Pictures. Running time: 110 minutes. This film is rated PG-13.
WITH: Jack Black (Dewey Finn), Joan Cusack (Rosalie Mullins), Mike White (Ned Schneebly), Sarah Silverman (Patty Di Marco), Joey Gaydos Jr. (Zack), Robert Tsai (Lawrence), Maryam Hassan (Tomika) and Kevin Clark (Freddy Jones).