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Just for Kicks (2003)

Twins have their Mom as a bad Soccer coach. They get a mystery man from the neighborhood, who was soccer star, to be their coach instead.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lori Sebourn ...
Mandy (as Lori Sebourn-Carhart)
Wesley Singerman ...
Michael Peter Paredes ...
Desmond Bull ...
Brandon Hammerli ...
Jon Gregory Johnson ...
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Timmy Fitzpatrick ...
Yellow Jacket Coach


Two twins who play soccer have Dad as Coach, Dad goes out of town. Mom becomes Coach but she doesn't know soccer. The team loses games and players quit. Enter mystery man from the neighborhood who plays soccer and rescues the team from the basement. Team goes on to win championship. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for language, mild crude humor and momentary violence | See all certifications »

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19 May 2007 (Japan)  »

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Just 4 Kicks  »

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In the middle of the movie Dylan appears to play Cole's part for a scene where his geeky glasses are off and is dressed in blue and white. It is uncertain if Cole was sick at the time. See more »

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15 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Stupid movie! Bad acting.

Must have an IQ level below 20 to enjoy this movie! This movie was boring and tasteless.

It comes across as a movie about boys playing soccer, and the acting and side concepts really distract from what could have been a good movie script.

Sexual innuendo in the movie were not funny and were poorly done. Doesn't hold much of an appeal for anyone under 15, and isn't appropriate for anyone under the age of 12.

So if you are between ages of 12-15 use this as a starter movie that nobody cares to watch, because to watch it nobody should care about being entertained.

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