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Roland ("iCarly's" Nathan Kress) is the new kid at Hamm Lake Middle School and there's just no hiding he's a super geek with no athletic ability. Dave Stewie (Emmy? Award-Nominee Christopher Meloni) is the school's beloved gym teacher who once represented the U.S. in the Seoul Games, but his disastrous go-for-the-gold vault became one of sport's biggest bloopers. After pressure to compete in th... Written by
A kiddie movie featuring Chris Meloni of SVU as a bungling gym teacher and the marvelous Amy Sedaris as a nutty school principal. I didn't know what to make of it at first. I ran across it on youtube and I thought it might be an SNL skit. A very long SNL skit. When I shifted to IMDb to read more about it, I finally got it: it's a Nickelodeon TV movie, which accounts for its total lack of edgy adult comedy. So I guess it's OK as a pre-teen flick. Anyone over the age of 14, beware. Sedaris is terrific as the principal, but don't expect her usual off-color antics. For that, you have to watch her movie version of STRANGERS WITH CANDY. Or catch her on Letterman. Such a pretty little thing to have such an (absolutely hilarious) potty mouth.
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