THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL – Review by Rachel West

Paul Feig’s The School For Good And Evil may not reinvent the old fairy tale spinning wheel, but there is enough here to keep viewers – especially tweens – engaged and entertained thanks to a strong take on female friendship. Aside from themes of friendship, the underlying current of prejudice in the storyline is a good lesson for younger audience members who get a first-hand glimpse at what it means to judge a book by its cover.

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