|Directed by||John N. Smith|
|Screenplay by||Ronald Bass|
|Based on||My Posse Don't Do Homework|
by LouAnne Johnson
|Produced by||Don Simpson |
|Music by||Wendy & Lisa|
|Distributed by||Hollywood Pictures|
|Box office||$179,519,401 |
Dangerous Minds is a 1995 American drama movie starring Michelle Pfeiffer. It is set in a problematic California high school. Its subjects include gangs, teenage pregnancy, poetry and school problems.
Dangerous Minds was released August 11, 1995. It had mixed critical reception though was a strong box office hit. In 1996 a television series of the same name premiered, though it was short lived.
The soundtrack and its lead single 'Gangsta's Paradise' by Coolio, enjoyed major success. It received nominations for the Grammy Award for Record of the Year and the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Soundtrack Album. Coolio won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance for his vocals.
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