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Melanie Cambridge (as Melissa Hart)
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Blake Ingram
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The Tompkins's kids have a good life despite being raised by a single mum. However when Gail loses her job they look like they will have to make sacrifices to allow her to finish college so that she can get a better job to support the family properly... See full synopsis »

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These kids need to win a hip-hop contest to help their mom. But they don't need a coach, they need a miracle!

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Rated PG for language and mild thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Good Flick
20 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

Those who say that this movie is bad obviously prefer such movies as Fightclub or I don't know....Rollerball. This movie I agree is not a blockbuster big screen smash but it IS a good movie. It has a good storyline of a mothers children trying to help their mother out by winning a hip-hop contest to get 5,000 dollars so she can stay in school. The acting WAS good much to others critique, and all I can say to them is.....let's see you do better! All in all I say if you see it showing on Showtime or any of the such...give it a try...you'll be surprised


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