My Teacher's Wife (Learning Curves) (1995) - Rotten Tomatoes

My Teacher's Wife (Learning Curves)1995

My Teacher's Wife (Learning Curves) (1995)





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Jason London stars in this teen wish fulfillment romantic comedy, playing Todd Boomer, a would-be cartoonist who needs a recommendation to Harvard from his smarmy math teacher (Christopher MacDonald). However, calculus is the one subject in which Todd isn't pulling his weight. One rainy night he picks up a woman stranded by the side of the road who needs a ride (Tia Carrere). The woman turns out to be a whiz in his rusty subject, and she begins tutoring him. Only later does he start to fall for her -- and only later does he realize she's the wife of his math teacher. Although they begin a tentative affair, both are constantly worried about being discovered, which could ruin each in different ways. Meanwhile, Todd runs afoul of his own doting girlfriend, Kirsten (Alexondra Lee), as well as his best friend Paul (Zak Orth), who has a crush on Kirsten. The happy trio is splintered by Todd's romantic dalliances. My Teacher's Wife uses Todd's drawings, actually inked by cartoonist Bill Plympton, as loose narration.

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Jason London
as Todd Boomer
Tia Carrere
as Vicky Mueller
Alexondra Lee
as Kirsten Beck
Jeffrey Tambor
as Mr. Boomer
Leslie Lyles
as Mrs. Boomer
Patrick Lawlor
as Classroom Jock
Jep Hill
as Bernie
John Floyd
as SAT Loser
Amy Neeson
as Waitress
Bruce Leddy
as Nightmare Harvard Official
Phyllis Yvonne Stickney
as Real Harvard Official
Jemila Ericson
as Harvard Receptionist
Caroline Crumpler
as Girl in Class
Ira David Wood III
as Father of Harvard Applicant
Zak Orth
as Paul Faber
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The main character is a budding cartoonist and it is an interesting concept to break up the plot with animated segments of his cartoon alter ego, a wolf. The supporting cast is pretty good. It's not that bad overall. It's better than many coming of age type movies where the young man is trying to lose his virginity. At least he has more feelings and deeper relationships with the characters surrounding him rather than a one track mind on sex.

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