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Ready, Set, Bag! (2008)

Paper or Plastic? (original title)
PG | | Documentary | 20 June 2008 (USA)
8 State champions from across the U.S. working to win the National Best Bagger competition in Las Vegas.

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Brian Bay ...
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Roger Chen ...
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Craig Good ...
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Ryan Hamilton ...
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Jacob Richardson ...
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Jon Sandell ...
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Kim Weaver ...
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Brenda Wygle ...
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A feature-length documentary about excelling in life at whatever you do, Ready, Set, Bag! follows contestants and their fervent supporters from around the U.S. as they get ready for the National Grocery Bagging competition in Las Vegas. Speed, accuracy and heart will determine who is best qualified to ask you, "Paper or plastic?" Written by Justine Jacob

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Rated PG for brief suggestive material
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$650,000 (estimated)
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A really great captivating adventure of 8 individuals!
16 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a great journey through the lives and excitement of these 8 individuals. The characters are well developed and you really feel the intensity of the event. It is both funny and endearing. I really would have liked to meet these 8 individuals in person.

It was intriguing to see the differences in the types of bag offs around the country. It seemed that for some it was not a big deal until you got to Las Vegas and to others (California)the big show was their stores event. I think it is great that the producers caught a glimpse of the culture that exists behind the scenes of the grocery industry for what is considered the most entry level position in the company. It is great to see the youth and their work celebrated in such a way. It also gives you an idea of how competitive it is for that National title of best bagger. What an honor!


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