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Rappin-n-Rhyming (2002)

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A group of inner-city kids are forced to go to a prep school to escape jail where they learn that a creative mind is an active mind.

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Todd Ryan

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Todd Ryan
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Credited cast:
Tami-Adrian George ... Renee Dallas
Todd Ryan Todd Ryan ... Grant Stevens
Nicole Pulliam ... Mia Trada
Rahim Muhammad Rahim Muhammad ... Dent
Charles Burks Charles Burks ... Hackett
Sai Tyler Sai Tyler ... Crystal
Ojani Noa Ojani Noa ... Dan Valdez
Annette M. Lesure ... Liz Chavez (as Annette Chavez)
Breyon Burk Breyon Burk ... Kent Ferguson
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Sariah Bishop Sariah Bishop ... Jennifer
Seraphim Ward Seraphim Ward ... Crystal
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A group of inner-city kids are forced to go to a prep school to escape jail where they learn that a creative mind is an active mind.

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It's Downtown versus Uptown - School's Out, Class Is In

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

22 January 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Xchange See more »

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Dolby

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Color
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Poetry from different angles
7 April 2004 | by DaWholeEffinShowSee all my reviews

This movie combines two things I love, so maybe I will be a bit biased. Teaching and poetry can go hand-in-hand, and they do in this film. It is a showcase of 2 teachers trying to teach poetry to 2 very different classes.

One group is in the middle of the city and have a highly urban feel to their words. On the flipside, the suburban prep school students use their words to portray the things that they are used to. When the two classes come together for a project, sparks fly. You can only write about what you know, what you've seen, and what you've experienced. That is exactly what the people in the movie do.

I enjoyed it and if you are a fan of poetry, so will you.


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