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Teaching Mrs. Tingle (11-Aug-1999)

Director: Kevin Williamson

Writer: Kevin Williamson

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marisa Coughlan
Actor
17-Mar-1974   Side Order of Life
Vivica Fox
Actor
30-Jul-1964   Booty Call
Robert Gant
Actor
13-Jul-1968   Ben on Queer as Folk
Katie Holmes
Actor
18-Dec-1978   Joey Potter on Dawson's Creek
Michael McKean
Actor
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Helen Mirren
Actor
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Molly Ringwald
Actor
18-Feb-1968   The Breakfast Club
Jeffrey Tambor
Actor
8-Jul-1944   Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show
Barry Watson
Actor
23-Apr-1974   Matt Camden on 7th Heaven

REVIEWS

Review by maher (posted on 20-Aug-2007)

Mrs. Tingle is the history teacher that hates everyone, and everyone hates her right back. Leigh Ann feels the same way, but she's trying really hard to be valedictorian to earn a scholarship to college, so she pours her heart and soul into a project only to have Mrs. Tingle dismiss it as worthless without even examining it. Her aimless, loser friend Luke tries to come to her rescue by swiping the answers to Tingle's final exam, only to have this duplicity discovered, and Leigh Ann blamed for it. Her academic career in serious jeopardy, she goes to Tingle's home with Luke and her best friend Jo, hoping to convince the malevolent Tingle not to turn them in... and after a violent mishap, things get complicated pretty quickly when they have to hold her hostage in her own home to figure out how to get her not to press charges and send them all to jail... a twisted spiral of panic ensues


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