A repulsive film wasting the time and talent of Rodney Dangerfield. He plays a lowly man (with a smart mouth of course) working for a large and successful company. Dangerfield is long due for a promotion when his boss asks him to coach a girls soccer team. If this soccer team doesn't win, the big boss will be steamed and Dangerfield will most likely not get that anticipated promotion. He doesn't have much to work with either because the players are no good; they trip all over their own feet running any direction the soccer ball isn't. So Dangerfield decides to do something so witty and unprecedented to let his team have the smidgen of a chance to win: he dresses his girlfriend's soccer-playing son up as a female. Cheesy throughout.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Rodney Dangerfield, Vinessa Shaw, Tom Parks, Jeanetta Arnette, Nancy Parsons, Blake Clark, Tommy Lasorda, Jackée, Jonathan Brandis, Ilene Graff

Directed by:

Sidney J. Furie


1992 sports/comedy

Rated PG-13.


Don Ignacio's score: D

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