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Motocrossed (2001)

A young girl secretly poses as her twin brother to win the big motocross race for him after he breaks his leg.

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Cast

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Andrea 'Andi' Carson
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Dean Talon
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Geneva Carson
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Andrew Carson
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Edward Carson
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Jason Carson
Michael Cunio ...
Rene Cartier
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Bob Arness
Katherine Ellis ...
Faryn Henderson (as Kate Ellis)
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Jimmy Bottles
Jeremy McGrath ...
Rider One
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Rider Two
Steve Lamson ...
Rider Three
Sean Collier ...
Racer One
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Andrea Carson who loves motocross, despite the fact that her father finds her unsuited for the sport, being that she is "just a girl". When her twin brother Andrew breaks his leg just before a big race, their father is forced to go to Europe to find a replacement rider. In the meantime, Andrea secretly races in Andrew's place with her mother's help. Written by Anonymous

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16 February 2001 (USA)  »

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The 12th Lap  »

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Although this was a unique interpretation of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" at the time, it served as later inspiration for She's the Man (2006), which heavily borrows elements from the movie: setting it in high school with teenagers, using a sport as the catalyst for the plot, having the Viola character disguise herself as her twin brother rather than a completely separate identity, having the Duke Orsino character provide lessons in exchange for help with courting the Olivia character, and flipping the perceived weakness of femininity in the original play into strong support of women competing equally alongside men. See more »

Quotes

Andrea Carson: [at a lake, pretending to be a boy] That is so beautiful.
[off Dean's confused look]
Andrea Carson: I mean, how cool is that!
Dean Talon: Well, we didn't come all the way up here to look at it. Take your shirt off.
[walks to the water and starts to strip]
Andrea Carson: [horrified about keeping her secret and delighted to see him taking off his shirt] Uh, the sun messes with my skin.
Dean Talon: Don't be such a girl Carson.
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We're At the Top of the World
Written by Brett Detar
Performed by Juliana Theory
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17 February 2003 | by (Somewhere) – See all my reviews

Ok, this is definitely not the best Disney movie out there, BUT it is the best one made for TV. It is a fun movie to watch, with characters you actually care about, and a few very witty lines "Do you think anyone in France actually misses him." Yes a few characters were created souly to further the plot, Andi's father isn't very realistic, neither Fern, and Renee's accent is horrible. Still it is a fun movie, Dean and Andi's relationship is sweet. Her mother, and two brothers are great characters. Even though it is predictable, come on guys it's a Disney movie do you think that they're going to have her bike crash and her die or something, it is a very fun watch, so fun that it is possible to watch it twice in one day without getting bored (my sister came in for the very end and then wanted to watch the beginning). So watch if it comes on TV, or it even is a satisfying rental, but don't expect it to challenge you, or to be anything more than it is.


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