The Game Plan
The Game Plan
The Game Plan
- 1h 50m
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In this hilarious and heartwarming family comedy, one of the sport's toughest players ever takes on his biggest challenge yet -- fatherhood! A superstar with an ego bigger than a football field, Joe Kingman is getting ready for a run at the big championship game when the 8-year-old daughter he never knew existed shows up at his not-so-family-friendly bachelor pad. As the big game gets closer, he begins to realize the most meaningful win he can achieve is the heart of the one little fan who counts the most.
Dwayne Johnson, Kyra Sedgwick, Morris Chestnut, Roselyn Sanchez, Madison Pettis, Gordon Clapp, Paige Turco, Brian White, Hayes MacArthur, Jamal Duff, Kate Nauta, Robert Torti, Tubbs , Jackie Flynn, Lauren Storm, Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason, Jim Gray, Stuart Scott, Steven Levy, Eric Ogbogu, Christine Lakin, Elizabeth Chambers, Brian Currie, Fionna Gallagher, Jack Eastland, Rachel Harker, Ed Berliner, Armen Garo, Roger Dillingham, Jay Giannone, Tony Renaud, Brianne Crough, Kathryn Fiore, Donald Banks, Ron Borges, John Clayton, Jay Glazer, John McClain, Gary Myers, Chip Namias, Jon Saraceno, Steve Serby, T.J. Simers, Mike Eruzione, Eddie George, Gavin Maloof, Joe Maloof, Paul Pierce, Wally Szczerbiak, Sebastian Telfair, Jo Jo White, Debbie Connolly, Lordon Napoli, Yvonne Finnerty, Kimberly Selby, John Duff, Scott Desano
© 2007 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Despite The Rock's abundant charisma, The Game Plan is just another run-of-the-mill Disney comedy.
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Common Sense Says
The Rock scores in cute (if predictable) comedy.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Game Plan is a cute family comedy that features football violence and pratfalls. Lots of people, including young girls, fall and only get minor injuries, and a parent's death is addressed. Peyton runs away to find her father and ends up in some very mildly perilous situations (being left alone at a club, etc.). It's worth noting that although the film makes fun of the insane commercialism of football, it also mentions more than a dozen products, and plugs the Disney Channel and Elvis movies.
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- Genre:Comedy, Family
- Release Date:September 28, 2007
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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