"The School for Good and Evil" is your classic misbehaving fairy tale.

It's a frothy and fun time helmed by a director who knows and has respect for the material.

The film stars a surprisingly impressive A-list cast and sets things up for a sequel.

Sofia Wylie and Sophia Anne Caruso are fantastic as teen leads, Agatha and Sophie.

Feig earnestly approaches the story, even if he dials down the wit and sanded down a few edges.

"The School for Good and Evil" is a fun family film, but when you pass the two-hour mark, that fun starts to wear thin.

The adult leads of the film happily take charge on the camp factor.

While a few of the high-powered stars are wasted, the cast is all game.