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A music program is broken and the students unruly, Jazz the teacher must fix both. To tame the savage beasts, he taps their mutual interests in music to pull the students together to salvage their senior class pride.
The prominent female cast members (Ciara, Adrienne Bailon, Sarah Wright, etc.) were all trained by professional volleyball players for a quarter of three weeks. See more »
In the last game, Laura serves the ball, but the next play she is in the front row again. This would have required her team to rotate 3 spots and, assuming no additional points were scored other than side outs, each team should have gained 3 points, which they didn't. See more »
Lauren (Sarah Wright), Becca (Ciara), and Kaitlan (Taylor Cole) are 3 privileged volleyball players and best friends. They lose the championship game to Gabby (Adrienne Bailon) and her team. Six months later, there's a fire at the school. The three friends are forced to get on the same team as Gabby. Gabby loses her father to the school fire. Just as the team seems to hit its stride. The team runs into boy trouble, jealousy, and competition creating chaos in its wake.
Coach Harlan (Faizon Love) wonders if this is gangsta volleyball. The movie tries so hard to be cool that it really looks cheesy. The volleyball action is lackluster. One character points out that Gabby is too short. It's good that the movie beats me to the punch, but it doesn't make her grow 3 inches. There is enough girl drama to drive this movie. If they could leave the hip hop posing out of it, this could have been a good movie.
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