Cameron Diaz as Elizabeth Hasley is a stinking-mouthed, quite nasty and bitter teacher that is maintaining the work only to reimburse the invoice after her wealthy fiancée abandon her. Aging, facing debt, and loneliness, Elizabeth begins setting her views on a boob work and on a new wealthy teacher (Justin Timberlake), whom has also gain the thoughts of a controlling rival, Lucy Punch. The writing was controlled by two expert writers of The Office, Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky as they utilized their non-TV ranking limitations to blend a lot of rude and crude humour with even some tidbits of nasty humour. Unluckily, their short of limitations guided to a middling screenplay.
This movie’s huge waver comes in the mode of the writing. In spite of the assurance in the premise and the characters involved, the writing was complicated, and didn't have a great construction until the next half. Actually, the movie changed up the speed very unpredictably when the next deed comes nearer.
The director Jake Kasdan doesn't have much of a restart, but he does have the comic timing and chops. With Bad Teacher, he did not have as much fine material to do with but could have still aid the film if he had strengthen the first third of the film a lot better. There was a lot more needless fuzz in the first half of the film when relate to the second half. Little plot lines were never resolute, certain comic literally chop out with no punch line, and few circumstances were brought out but never discovered. Nonetheless, Bad teacher is a sparkling apple with a very few awful parts.