Stand And Deliver parents guide

Stand And Deliver

A high school teacher stands up to stereotypes and delivers a higher level of eduction to disadvantaged students.

Overall A

Edward James Olmos stands and delivers a commanding performance as real life teacher Jamie Escalante, a man who gave up a lucrative career to teach high school to underprivileged kids. Daring to do what no one had ever tried before, he challenges his students to learn complex math and compete for university entrance by writing the Advanced Placement Calculus exam.

Violence B
Sexual Content B+
Profanity B-
Substance Use B+

Why is Stand And Deliver rated PG? The MPAA rated Stand And Deliver PG

Run Time: 103 minutes

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Why is Stand And Deliver rated PG? Stand And Deliver is rated PG by the MPAA

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Stand And Deliver
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta PG
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video NA

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Cast and Crew

Stand And Deliver is directed by Ramón Menéndez and stars Edward James Olmos, Estelle Harris, Mark Phelan .

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Stand And Deliver movie is November 9, 1998. Here are some details…

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For some other movies featuring teachers and their impact on their students’ lives, try Mr. Holland’s Opus , October Sky, and Music of the Heart. To enjoy another inspirational performance by Edward James Olmos, watch Selena.

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