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  • Posted December 6, 2011

    Basketball Rules: Spoilers Alert!

    Hey all you sports fans out there! Well then this is the movie for you! Rebound is a hilarious and interesting. Every time I watch it, I laugh. I also pay very close attention so I don¿t miss one little part. I always eat popcorn while watching it with my family and friends. It¿s hilarious because there is a fat boy that loves to eat. He was eating a cupcake when a guy in the base room opens up the door and smacks the cupcake into the boys face. Also, the basketball coach kicks a basketball and it hits a hawk right in the face and kills it. It¿s interesting because I like to see the coach and kids get through a season with not that much skill. I also like to see what my family does when they watch specific parts such as when the basketball coach has to find a new coaching job because of his temper earlier in the season. Also, when the basketball team gets beat really bad they think that they will lose every game of the season. I like to see how the team will make it through with a confident attitude. Rebound has got to be one of my favorite movies ever. It¿s a wonderful movie and I would give kids advice to watch it, if they liked sports. Almost all of my friends like sports so I¿m pretty sure all of them would watch it with me. Rebound is a movie that you would want to watch over and over again! Basketball movies are always great movies. I have watched plenty of them, and I always watch everyone of them more than once. This basketball team in Rebound goes from last to 1st! Their coach, Roy McCormic is helping them get better with some basic drills. The team that beats them in the beginning of the season, 109 to 0, gets a great rematch! The main team in the story meets the team that beat them 109 to 0 during the season. The two teams meet in the championship! The team that ended up winning it all was the team that got beat every game until now! I would highly suggest this movie to people that like sports.

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