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The Game Plan, a Mr. E Movie Review

The Game Plan, a Mr. E Movie Review

(Run time: 110 min. – Directed by: Andy Fickman – Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Madison Pettis)

Disney’s The Game Plan is good family fun from the first snap all the way to the fourth down!

Joe Kingman, played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, is the best quarterback in the league and he knows it. Rich and self centered, the king has only his career and his dog to occupy his time. That is until he’s surprised by someone he didn’t know existed. His daughter Peyton, played by Madison Pettis.

Peyton turns Joe’s world on it’s ear over night. She forces him to go from hot shot bachelor to full-time dad and his home from slick and classy to pink and bedazzled.

But, that’s not all she changes. She forces Joe to adjust his life’s priorities.

This movie has a great story. Well paced and very entertaining The Game Plan has a plan of it’s own and it executes it perfectly.

Dwayne Johnson it an obvious good choice for any athletic type roles and handles this one like a pro! I love the way he developes in this simple role and thing that the lesson he learns is a good one for all of us to learn when our priorities get out of whack.

Maddison Pettis is as cute of a co-star as you can get and her performance is outstanding and sweet.

I recommend Disney’s The Game Plan to anyone looking for some clean family fun that’s good enough for the whole family to enjoy. This one’s a winner.

1 thought on “The Game Plan, a Mr. E Movie Review”

  1. Ha, nice review. I really like that part you said about Pink and bedazzled! that was clever and true. The rock did well in this, I’m glad you gave him props. Cute movie, cool review.

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