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Andie Bradley is a gymnast with big dreams for the Olympics. When offered to work with one of the leading coaches in the U.S., she gratefully accepts. When she gets to the gym, she is ... See full summary »

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Douglas Barr

Writer:

Melissa Gould
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Amy Jo Johnson ... Andie Bradley
Brett Cullen ... Coach David Blair
Wendie Malick ... Janet Bradley
Ray Baker ... Elliot Bradley
Tara Boger Tara Boger ... Leslie Reynolds
Ron Melendez ... Josh
Julie Patzwald Julie Patzwald ... Holly Simmons
Cathy Rigby ... Brenda Gray
Michelle Skalnik Michelle Skalnik ... Kate
Nicole McKay ... Varsity Cheerleader
Jane Perry ... Ms. Darrington
Alf Humphreys ... Medic (as Alf Humphries)
Jeremy Guilbaut ... Guy in Hallway (as Jeremy Guibaut)
Judith Maxie Judith Maxie ... Doctor in Hospital
Chelsea Hobbs ... New Gymnast
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Andie Bradley is a gymnast with big dreams for the Olympics. When offered to work with one of the leading coaches in the U.S., she gratefully accepts. When she gets to the gym, she is scrutinized by the coach about her weight and feels the pressure to lose the pounds. At first it's just dieting, but when she meets a fellow team member, Leslie, she realizes there are ways around it. It's possible to eat what you want, but not gain a pound. Written by <collins@ucinet.com>

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Drama | Family | Sport

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Corpo Perfeito See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The poster in the locker room when Andie first arrives in her new gym is of Daniela Silivas, a Romanian gymnast who competed in the 1988 Olympics. See more »

Soundtracks

Don't Give Up
Written by Peter Gabriel (uncredited)
Performed by Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
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Ugh...
10 September 2003 | by AerothornSee all my reviews

I was forced to watch this film at school. Next time, she can give me a big fat F but I refuse to watch anything this horrible. Basiclly, its your typical "based on a true story" TV movie- the true parts are made as small as possible and the rest as filled with melodrama. The acting isn't bad, but the directing is- he basiclly directed his actors to be as exagerated as possible in their emotions. Also, the film is SO predictable- I am not exagerating when I say that after only watching the film for 5 miniutes, I correctly predicted every "plot twist" that was going to happen. And its just basiclly a soap opera- you feel nothing for the charecters because they are in NO WAY REAL, they look just like actors doing a TV movie, not like real people. The script is as cliche as you can get- they play it safe, take no chances, stick to the typical TV movie formula.


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