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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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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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Partly based on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Andrea is Viola, Andrew is Sebastian, Dean is Duke Orsino, Faryn is Olivia, and Rene Cartier is a loose representation of Malvolio. The adaptation, however, omits the part of the love triangle where the Olivia character falls for a disguised Viola character, likely because it was a Disney Channel movie and that the overall theme was less about a comedy of mistaken identity and more about female empowerment in traditionally male sports. See more »

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Edward Carson: Do you think I'm a hypocrite?
Jason Carson: If that's a good thing, yeah. If it's a bad thing, no way.
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A Surprisingly Good Film
2 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

I've never been a big fan of Disney Channel Original Movies, and for good reason as most of them are cheesy meaningless movies made to keep young kids occupied. However, I was very pleasantly surprised when I caught the middle of the movie accidentally one day while flipping channels. After seeing the last half of the movie, I just had to see the beginning so I found out when it was coming on again and watched it again from the very beginning. Upon doing so, I discovered that the movie is actually quite good and I definitely recommend it to those who are interested in motocross and are also into family movies. I liked the girl power aspect as well as the family togetherness; it's quite amazing how the whole family stuck together at the end, and I found it so awesome that Andrea was good at Motocross but could still be a typical girl at the same time. It shows that girls can be good at sports and not look like tomboys. Also, the casting directors should be commended because they picked a fine cast of talented young people. This movie has a good message for the whole family and although the twins in the movie looked almost nothing alike, and Andrea would never be able to pass for Andrew in real life, sticking around for the ending is definitely well worth it. I give this movie 8/10 stars.


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