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Anna Mae Wills
I had to sit through this as a nanny, the kids decided to watch it, and I had to supervise. It was awful acting, script, soundtrack. Nothing about it is authentic. Even the kids got bored. It had potential to be an interesting film to inspire kids to be involved in the sport, but instead there was awful scripting, and acting that blundered its way through 90 minutes of pure rubbish. There is nothing of substance and I could go on and on about it. BUT I wont...because then I will end up being just as boring as the film. I felt the tacky lines and on the side romance was not necessary and the kids were not keen on it. It drags on and on, until we get to the big competition where lo and behold the predictability metre goes off the charts.
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