PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime
A popular high school cheerleader becomes pregnant with the star quarterback's child, only to find herself turning to crime to support the lifestyle she wants to live.
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7 | Sugar & Spice High school cheerleaders in trouble with spunk, flair, and laughs
Sugar & Spice is almost a caricature of a teen movie. It is not, because it's not making fun of teens or teen...
The writing credit was changed to "Mandy Nelson" shortly before the film's release.
So, what'd you come here for? To tell me how much you hate me?
Kansas: I don't hate you. I need your help.
Mrs. Hill: And how in the hell can I help you?
Kansas: My best friend got pregnant.
Mrs. Hill: Before you? Woo hoo.
Kansas: Yeah, I know, that's what I said too. Anyway, we want to help ...
When Jack is racing for the end zone during the football game, the camera cuts to the clock counting down as if he is "racing" to get to the goal line before the clock hits zero. In a movie that was supposed to have so much to do with football/cheerleading, it's amazing that the writer/director didn't realize that since the play started during regulation, it wouldn't matter if Jack crossed the goal line with 0:00 on the clock; however, the scene is shot as if when the clock hits 0:00 and Jack was short of the end zone, the play would end.
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