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What you scared? Scared that you don't belong over here? That you are beneath us?
No, see I'm just trying to help you save face! Cuz I would hate to see you get spanked in front of all your fans!
Young blood, you couldn't spank me if your hands were glued to my ass!
My hands glued to your ass? I don't know, that sounds a little sweet to me sweetness!
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Roll Bounce is the best teenage film since The Sandlot. Like the Sandlot, it mixes great performances with some complex moments, and the thrill of having fun with your friends. Though it might be a little stupid in some parts, Bow Wow gives a performance that inspiring teenage actors should take a look at. But the most surprising part of the film was seeing how they made the actors and actresses look like they were actually in the 70's. From the glasses, hats, and Afro's, you believed it was films in the 70's. This family film will have you taping your feet or grooving to the music in Malcolm D. Lee's best direction in any movie so far. 10/10!
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