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Roll BounceX and his friends, who rule their local rink, are shocked when their home base goes out of business. Heading over to the Sweetwater Roller Rink, they find their modest talents are, at first, no competition for their trick skaters and pretty girls who follow their every move.
Actors of "Roll Bounce"
Characters of "Roll Bounce"
Directors of "Roll Bounce"Malcolm D. LeeBirthdate: 11 January 1970, USA
Creators of "Roll Bounce"Norman Vance Jr.
Critic Reviews of "Roll Bounce"Ebert & RoeperSeptember 26, 2005
Sometimes a film wins you over with its sheer exuberance and sweetness.San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 23, 2005
It will remind you what it was like to be a teenager during the last few days of summer. And even though the plot is a little thin, you probably won't even notice until long after the music stops.Seattle TimesSeptember 23, 2005
The end of the dismal summer movie season couldn't have been blessed with a more satisfying coda than the rollicking, funny, relentlessly cheery and genuinely touching spirit that makes Roll Bounce a captivating delight from start to finish.Toronto StarSeptember 23, 2005
A movie made in the spirit of: what the world needs now is a bit of innocent diversion.USA TodaySeptember 23, 2005
If it doesn't exactly kick out the jams, it does move them around a little bit.Washington PostSeptember 23, 2005
The film can't get its rhythms right, fluctuating wildly between comedy and pathos.ComingSoon.netApril 25, 2011
For the most part though, the honesty of the performances keeps everything afloat when it could drift into easy sentimentality.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
I enjoyed it in all its cheesiness.BlackNews.comMay 07, 2007
For some reason, teasing people about their skin color has become a big theme of brainless black comedies like this. Plus, it unfolds like one long Pepsi ad, with dialogue extolling the cola's virtues in virtually every scene.DVDTalk.comDecember 10, 2005
Worthy of a 99-cent rental, if only so you can witness the howlingly awful performance by Wesley Jonathan as a self-appointed roller-disco mega-lord called "Sweetness." Kid had me in tears, I swear.Film ThreatDecember 06, 2005
Nothing about this film is as cathartic as it tries to make itself because the characters just aren't that absorbing. Instead of tugging your heart, it just spits in your eye.Urban CinefileDecember 06, 2005
This is the 40th "skating movie" to hit the screens since Charlie Chaplin's The Rink (1915). It is neither the best nor the worst of them - skater dudes may think its cool, but 25 years ago there was the much maligned Xanadu with ELO, ONJ and (sigh!) stil
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