One day in New York City, Jane Ryan tries out for an overseas college program, her twin sister Roxy schemes to meet her favorite punk rockers, and a series of mishaps throws their day into chaos. The usually-adversarial sister decide to unite against the forces around them so both can accomplish their goals.Written by
On the train near the beginning, Roxy is slamming the door to the bathroom and when Hudson McGill opens the door, she hits him on the chest, however he grabs his eye instead. See more »
I don't believe you, it says it right here. There's gonna be another train.
Ticket Window Guy:
How could I forget? It's the magic-leprechaun train. It leaves for New York whenever you want. Powered by your imagination.
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The Warner Bros sign gets turned into a clock dial with the hands and chimes going around the actors names. See more »
Alright Alright (Here's My Fist Where's The Fight?)
Written by Maria Andersson, Josephine Forsman, Johanna Asplund and Jennie Asplund
Performed by Sahara Hotnights
Courtesy of Jetset Records
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A Step Up...
I thought It was an excellent movie. They definitely brought it up from their direct to video movies. I don't know what everyone was expecting, they can't go from the WAY wholesome to gruesome that quick. Plus, that's not what they are all about. It was a good movie with a nice story line, a lot of laughs, and I'm actually looking forward to whatever movie they come out with next. It wasn't an Oscar worthy movie exactly, but this movie makes it clear that the girls do have the talent and ability to do that someday too...if they want. It's a good movie to take both young girls to see and for older girls to drag their boyfriends to watch. It's cute and sweet. It's better than Lindsey Lohan's MEAN GIRLS anyway.
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