Results for: three o'clock high (1987): giving a book report
The clip giving a book report from Three O'clock High (1987) with Casey Siemaszko
We're going to try and get through as many book reports as we can today.
Are there any volunteers?
Jerry. All right. Go ahead.
Let me ask you a question.
Why am I standing here?
I mean, the whole point of books is that you read them.
Uh, the minute you start telling people about them. That means they didn't read them.
Which means that book reports contribute to illiteracy, which is a real social problem.
Jerry, did you actually read a book?
Would you gimme a break? Well, could we...
I'm tryin' to make a point here.
You don't think I could tell you about a book I read?
Is that what you think?
Jerry. The book.
Fine. The book.
Honey Goes to Hollywood.
It's a good read.
The clip giving a book report Part 2 from Three O'clock High (1987) with Casey Siemaszko
I was, uh...
I was thinkin'about the syntax and how it affected the overall mood.
Particularly during the more... expository passages.
The fifth chapter...
where Honey meets the whole Australian soccer team.
In fact, I gotta tell ya,
it kinda made me think of you, Miss Farmer.
There I was, in bed, reading my book,
Honey's adventures gripping my imagination.
I just knew I had to tell you about a book that was this good.
Jerry, I hope this is going somewhere. It's going somewhere.
What's your favorite book, Miss Farmer?
What's the difference? It's important to me.
The Turn of the Screw. What a coincidence.
Now, that's what I call a book report.