We often hear sentences like this. People who are fond of grammar, however, would frown at such a sentence. They would argue that the sentence would have been grammatically acceptable if the word `indeed’ had come immediately after the verb `was’ – `It was indeed a good movie’. Similarly, it is OK to say, `The behaviour of the students was indeed bad’, but not `The behaviour of the students was bad indeed.’ If you wish to have `indeed’ at the end of these sentences, then you need to put the word `very’ in front of the adjective good/bad.
*It was a very good movie indeed.
*The behaviour of the students was very bad indeed.