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Rebound (2005)

Rebound

Overview


Genre

Comedy

Release Date

July 01, 2005

MPAA Rating

PG

Duration

103 min.

Studio

The 20th Century Fox

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Steve Carr

Producer

Robert Simonds

Screenwriter

Jon Lucas, Scott Moore

Starring

Story


Coach Roy (MARTIN LAWRENCE) once was college basketball's top mastermind. But lately his attentions have been on his next endorsements, not on his next game. What's more, Roy's temper has run amuck, leading to his being banned from college ball until he can "demonstrate compliance" - in other words, not explode every time he walks onto the court.

Roy waits - and waits - for a suitable coaching offer, but he receives only one - a hastily scribbled fax from ... members of the Mount Vernon Junior High School "Smelters" basketball squad. Roy reluctantly accepts the "offer," hoping that a few weeks at the school will prove his good intentions and restore him to his high-living ways as a celebrated college coach.

But when "old school" meets "middle school," Coach Roy doesn't know what hit him. The boys are hapless, possessing little athletic skill and virtually no grasp of the fundamentals of basketball. Roy's first game as the Smelters' coach sees the team losing 0-109. And it looks like things are going only downhill from there.

That is, until Roy decides to teach his young charges some new concepts.. like passing, rebounding, dribbling, and scoring. As Roy's coaching magic takes the Smelters to a new place - the winning side of the scoreboard - he finds something long thought lost : his love of the game.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a sports comedy so by-the-numbers that you don't really have to watch it..”
by Scott Foundas [L.A. Weekly]
“..goes so far as to feature a brash, tough-as-nails tomboy ringer..”
by Nathan Rabin [The Onion A.V. Club]
“..predictable yet passably entertaining..”
by Luke Sader [The Hollywood Reporter]