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When a 15-year-old female basketball prodigy makes the boys' varsity team, she inspires a media circus, sibling rivalry and a trip to the state championships in this family sports drama. ... See full summary »

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J. Michael McClary
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rob Stewart ... Coach Will Cody (as Robert Stewart)
Coco Yares Coco Yares ... Annie Rojas
Chad Willett ... Wild Bill Harper
Suzanne Ristic Suzanne Ristic ... Mama Rojas
Lenno Britos ... Papa Rojas
Robert Luft Robert Luft ... Freddie Rojas
Nuno Antunes Nuno Antunes ... Mike Rojas
Joely Collins ... Robin
Trevor Roberts ... Skylar Marston
Chris Wilding Chris Wilding ... Buddy
Michael Britton Michael Britton ... Michael Simms
Will Sengotta Will Sengotta ... Doug Frazier
Jorge Vargas ... Jose
Winston Brown Winston Brown ... Himself
Biski Gugushe ... Big Jim Brady
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Storyline

When a 15-year-old female basketball prodigy makes the boys' varsity team, she inspires a media circus, sibling rivalry and a trip to the state championships in this family sports drama. Joely Collins, Chad Willet and Rob Stewart costar in this story of hoop dreams and gender lines.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance | Sport

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild language
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ihr größter Traum See more »

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color (Alphacine)
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Imaginar
Written by Mike Medina & Ray Reyna
Performed by Ray Reyna
Published by Mike Medina
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Girls Are Capable Too!
9 March 2011 | by PsychNurseinWISee all my reviews

This movie captures the age old dilemma of societal gender conformity. The movie's main character has a talent that is usually seen as masculine, her school has a team that would showcase that talent except for one thing, she's a girl. The story shows what would probably happen in a school in the United States in the mid-90's, possibly even today, if a young lady chose to go off the beaten path of crocheting and baby-making. It's a movie made for tweens/teens, with a feel good message for girls. Adults probably would find it irritating as they already lived through it in high school themselves. It has a Disney quality that brings some cheese but not nearly as cheesy, just flavored let's say. You also can't get this movie on DVD apparently.


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