AUSTIN – If it were up to Rohan Chand, the boy wonder and spelling bee champion who befriends Guy Trilby (Jason Bateman) in “Bad Words,” everyone at the film’s SXSW after-party would be sitting in front of their Dell-gifted tablets playing video games. 202 more words
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Spelling was the topic of conversation at Wednesday night’s of Focus Feature’s “Bad Words,” the dark comedy starring Jason Bateman as a bitter middle-aged spelling bee contestant. 224 more words
Because ESPN tells me spelling is a sport, which therefore means these kids are athletes, this is a movie review of a sports film.
But to be serious, no, spelling is not a word. 345 more words
Your child’s embarrassing behavior isn’t always intentional (though it might sometimes seem so!). Children sometimes just don’t realize that it is rude to interrupt, or share their thoughts about the animal they are reminded of on seeing a particularly large person! 560 more words
Jason Bateman premier directorial is going to be a good stone for him to be stepping on. Here’s the gist.
It’s about a man Guy Trilby, played by Jason Bateman, that that is on a mission to destroy the 8th graders and their parents dreams of becoming champion. 254 more words