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Dewey Finn (Jack Black) greatest aspiration is to win the Battle of the Bands. But all looks hopeless until he stumbles upon a chance to impersonate his roommate as a substitute music teacher and prepare the students to enter a Battle of the Bands contest.
Why Is The School of Rock Rated PG-13?
The School of Rock is rated PG-13 for some rude humor and drug references.
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Home Video Notes: School of Rock
Release Date: 1 January 2013
School of Rock released to home video on Blu-ray with the following extras:
- Feature Length Commentary
- Kids’ Commentary
- Lessons Learned on ‘School of Rock’
- Jack Black’s Pitch to Led Zepplin
- ‘School of Rock’ Music Video
- Kids’ Video Diary: Toronto Film Festival
- MTV’s Diary of Jack Black
- Dewey Finn’s History of Rock
- Theatrical Trailer HD