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Rated PG · 110 minutes · 2007

Comedy
Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson stars as a preening quarterback; his Boston Rebels are on track to win the playoffs, but he's nearly derailed when an eight-year-old daughter he didn't know existed (irritating moppet Madison Pettis) arrives for a monthlong visit. Almost every note in this insipid comedy is strident or false, from the child's prodigious talent for deception to the jock's chaperoning of her and her classmates at a Corolle doll boutique. The movie's spoof of egotistical athletes needs more bite; only Roselyn Sanchez emerges from this unscathed, as a spirited ballet instructor unfazed by all the glitz. Andy Fickman (She's the Man) directed; with Kyra Sedgwick.
Official Site: disney.go.com/disneypictures/gameplan
Director: Andy Fickman
Producer: Mark Ciardi, Gordon Gray and Richard Rothschild
Cast: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Madison Pettis, Kyra Sedgwick, Roselyn Sánchez, Morris Chestnut, Gordon Clapp, Hayes MacArthur, Brian White, Jamal Duff, Paige Turco, Kate Nauta, Robert Torti, Jackie Flynn and Lauren Storm

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