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Crossing the Line (2002)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Family | TV Movie 15 July 2002
When former college basketball star Laura Mosbach moves to a small town to assist legendary coach Tommy Holliday with his high school championship girls' basketball team, all is not what it seems.

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Laura Mosbach
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Eric Harrison
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Carly Harrison
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Jennifer Blackstone
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Jerry Blackstone
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Coach Tom Holliday
Josh Buckle ...
Zack Mosbach
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Danielle Blackstone
Courtney Hawkrigg ...
Sheryl Baines
Courtenay Betts ...
Amy Fulton
Serena Lee ...
Marcy Houston
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Reggie Williams
Taylor Abrahamse ...
Robert Blackstone
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Joe Fulton
Brendan Connor ...
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When former college basketball star Laura Mosbach moves to a small town to assist legendary coach Tommy Holliday with his high school championship girls' basketball team, all is not what it seems.

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15 July 2002 (USA)  »

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Győzni mindenáron  »

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In one scene Adrian Pasdar's character mentions the music group Dixie Chicks as one of his favourite bands. In real life Pasdar is married to the Dixie Chicks' singer Natalie Maines. See more »

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An excellent sports movie.
6 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

I enjoy a good sports story and this was a good story. The world of high school basketball in the USA is a big time business and this story highlights the good and ugly side. The camera work wasn't the best but it was at least watchable. I love watching characters. for me other than the main star I really enjoyed watching the guy playing the College scout. I would have liked to see him meet the dad and discuss what he saw for his daughter. I also saw the guy who played the scout recently in How to Lose a Guy in 10 days. He played a basketball fan in that one. I looked in the credits but I couldn't find it. How come he didn't get a credit. I wanted to see what other movies he's been in. Oh well. Anyway a great movie.


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