She’s The Man (2006) Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum Movie Review

I do understand that I’m quite the late runner in this track of following up movies—bearing that this movie was released ages ago, but hey, I thought why not share my thoughts regardless of how old?
This movie is perhaps one of the most remarkable movies I’ve ever seen. It was tear-jerking in a sense that it was utterly hilarious and entertaining! I gawked the entire time! I thought the cinematography as well as the sounds and music effects are decent, but the rest of the vital elements were what really singled this movie out from the bunch. The actors played their roles very impressively; each embodying their characters aptly and expressively. The directing was also very credible, kudos to the director! The way by which the characters express themselves simultaneously accompanied by the magic of a good directing and script generates quite a heart-throb of a film.

Despite the fact that the plot bears quite a familiar outline, the expressions and charisma of the moviegoers really does make that fact seem insubstantial. In spite of the fact that the scene nearing the end of the movie did prompt a slight inconvenience in me, it didn’t draw me back from being fully submerged and loving the movie. I’ve not much to say in overall but what I know for certain is that this film is totally worthy of your attention!

[5/5 Stars!]

Viola Hastings (Amanda Bynes) is a high school soccer player who learns that the girls’ team at her school, Cornwall, is being cut. After her request to join the boys’ team is refused, she finds a way to play for Cornwall’s rival Illyria.

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