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Jump In! (2007)

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A teenager is pressured by his father to become a boxer - but a local girl introduces him to the very different sport of rope-jumping.


Paul Hoen


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Corbin Bleu ... Izzy Daniels
Keke Palmer ... Mary Thomas
David Reivers ... Kenneth Daniels
Shanica Knowles ... Shauna Keaton
Laivan Greene Laivan Greene ... Keisha Ray
Kylee Russell ... Karin Daniels
Patrick Johnson Jr. Patrick Johnson Jr. ... Rodney Tyler
Micah Williams Micah Williams ... L'il Earl Jackson
Jajube Mandiela ... Yolanda Brooks
Mazin Elsadig ... Chuck Coley
Gene Mack Gene Mack ... Felix (as Gene A. Mack)
Rebecca Williams Rebecca Williams ... Tammy Lewis
Michael Colonnese ... Devon James
Haley Van Tienen Haley Van Tienen ... Tanya (as Hayley Van Tienen)
Paula Brancati ... Gina


Story revolves around a young boxer, Izzy Daniels, who trains to follow in his father's footsteps by winning the Golden Glove. When his friend, Mary, however, asks him to substitute for a team member in a Double Dutch tournament, the young man discovers a hidden passion for jump roping Written by hey45

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Jump In!


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Release Date:

27 April 2007 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Jump Start! See more »

Filming Locations:

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada See more »

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1.33 : 1
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The chili was actually chunks of Gelatin. The gym was set in an old recreational church where it was originally supposed to be torn down days before the film started. See more »


In the City Finals, as the first routine (with Keke Palmer's song, It's My Turn) is ending, right before Keisha and Izzy do the flip, you can identify that the stunt double is jumping rope instead of Izzy. The complexion of the skin is different and if you pause at the right time you can see the stunt double's face. See more »


Izzy Daniels: Shut up Karin.
Karin Daniels: Shut don't go up, prices do, so take you advice, and shut...
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Jump to the Rythym
Music by Frank Fitzpatrick and Keith Thomas
Lyrics by Frank Fitzpatrick and Robyn Johnson
Produced by Frank Fitzpatrick and Keith Thomas
Performed by Jordan Pruitt
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Would've loved this film even more as a kid
22 July 2012 | by shamontielvaughnSee all my reviews

This was a very cute film. Corbin Bleu reminds me of Lil Fizz from B2K. Handsome young man and I loved the flirty thing going on with him and Keke Palmer's character Mary. This movie came out in 2007, but I don't watch the Disney channel or Disney movies much so I'm late to the party on this one. The movie is about a young boxer (Izzy) who has a crush on a double dutch enthusiast (Mary). Giving her a hard time -- as all teenage boys do -- and having to drag his little sister out lead to him finding out about a double dutch competition. As with all sports movies, one team member quits and they need someone else to fill in. Izzy, being a boxer, already knows how to jump rope but doesn't understand the point of a double dutch competition. Chances are if you've seen a sports film you already know how this one goes. It's predictable but adorable. I loved all the G-rated flirting Mary and Izzy did. The movie also had a little bit of edge with Izzy's rival who's father isn't around and who comes from a poor family. I like the way the movie mentioned his rival's circumstances without relying on them in a "whoa is me" way. And Izzy's two sidekicks cracked me up, especially Mr. "I'm a be sick." That dude reminds me of so many guys I grew up with. He was actually my favorite to watch for comedy relief.

Side note: This film made me remember how much fun I used to have jumping Double Dutch. I wasn't nearly this nice but I could hang and I used to always be outside jumping with other girls. Only reason I didn't give this movie 10 stars was because I thought more would come of the crushes. Then again, this was a Disney film so I guess that wasn't supposed to be a big part of it.

It was fun to see a bunch of African-American actors doing a positive film that both young boys and young girls could relate to. I wish there were more of those out now for kids to look up to instead of reality TV.

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