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Anna Mae Wills
The story of high school soccer prodigy Sara Davis as she juggles life, love and sports on her way to becoming the youngest player ever selected to the U.S. National Team. Conflicts arise as Sara deals with her over-zealous sports dad, a free-spirited boyfriend and her hectic existence in the social quicksand commonly known as high school. Blends comedy, romance, and soccer footage. Written by
This film is about a teenage girl pursuing her dream to become the youngest player in the national soccer team.
"Her Best Move" is a typical teen flick. The lead character, Sara, faces school, parents, romance and pal problems. It's predictable and formulaic, but I enjoyed it. It's light hearted and fun, jokes are good, and most importantly it is not stupid or vulgar like some teen flicks are. It's even got a serious subplot of parental conflict! The final tournament is well made, it is actually exciting even to a person who is completely indifferent to the sport. "Her Best Move" is a n above average brain off film to kill time with.
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