In the Movie Here Comes the Boom

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Here Comes the Review Here Comes the Boom is a great movie filled with funny lines, and lots of lessons for life; such as Don’t give up when it gets tough, Fight for what’s right, and Help those in need. I would give Here Comes the Boom 5 stars. The movie Here Comes the Boom was written by Allen Loeb, and Kevin James. The movie was directed by Frank Coraci, and produced by Marty P. Ewing, Gino Falsetto, Todd Garner, Jack Giarraputo, Kevin James, Aimee Keen, Adam Milano, Rock Reuben, and Jeff Sussman by Sony Pictures to be released on October 12, 2012. The Genre of this movie is Comedy, Sports, and given a MPAA film rating of PG. In the movie Here Comes the Boom, schoolteacher Scott Voss (Kevin James), can barely drag himself into his classroom much less teach anybody anything. Sure, he remembers those days when he cared: The dude was Teacher of the Year a decade ago. But between the friction created by the system and his own lack of enthusiasm, Scott began to slow down almost to a stop. Scott gets a wakeup call during a school faculty meeting. Seems the school's in the red, and they want to cut extracurricular activities, including the music department taught by Marty Streb (Henry Winkler). Marty loves music so much that it rubs off on his students. Marty’s classroom is the liveliest place in the school, and Scott, can't imagine life without Marty's music class down the hall. Being motivated, Scott stands up for Marty’s class. He's finally moving again. Here Comes the Boom, reminds me of a Rocky film where the good guy gets beat up, but wins in the end. Scott Voss (Kevin James) reminds me of Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler) in Bedtime Stories because he’s the underdog fighting for what’s rightfully his, or in Scott’s situation the student’s right to have

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