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Jason Scott Lee,
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Jason Scott Lee,
better than average high school/college male oriented movie
I liked it. It could have been much worse and turned into an unexpected drama. It could have dropped the nudity and went for more laughs.
Let's see. It has gratuitous nudity since the girls were strippers before becoming volleyball players. Famous/Infamous actors to grab your attention. The movie even has a moral.
"Never judge a book by it's cover." I think it applied that at least twice.
1) The strippers weren't really appreciated as volleyball players until they buckled down and learned to play. Then, people had to acknowledge skills and talent above previous job history and beauty.
2) Burt's character seemed completely money-oriented and somewhat heartless but his conscience was in there, hiding. After humiliating the girls in a muddy volleyball game, he realized how much suffering they were willing to go through to be "real" volleyball players.
Overall, it was a little better than average and a fun movie to pass an evening by. Yes, there are much better movies BUT there are also much worse ones out there.
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