Like Mike (2002)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy

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A 14-year-old orphan becomes an NBA superstar after trying on a pair of sneakers with the faded initials "M.J." inside.




  • Morris Chestnut and Shad Moss in Like Mike (2002)
  • Shad Moss and Jason Kidd in Like Mike (2002)
  • Morris Chestnut and Shad Moss in Like Mike (2002)
  • John Schultz in Like Mike (2002)
  • Jonathan Lipnicki in Like Mike (2002)
  • Shad Moss in Like Mike (2002)

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12 July 2002 | Crazyboy862
A Great film the whole family will enjoy
Like Mike is a great Father and Son Movie everyone could enjoy and relate to.The Movie tells a story about Calvin Cambridge(Lil Bow Wow)Who is a orphan and is looking for the perfect family.One day He stumble upon some shoes which was once worn by a really famous Basketball inside the shoes it features the initials MJ he then realize that famous Basketball player shoes belong to Michael Jordan.One day Calvin wears the shoes and goes to a Los Angeles Knights Game.While at the game he wins a chance to go one on one with Tracey Reynolds(Morris Chestnut)of the Los Angeles Knights.He wins the one on one match up with Tracey thanks to his MJ'S now Calvin Cambridge gets to play in The NBA With the LA Knights.I like this movie a lot because I saw the relationship betweeen Tracey and Bow wow build up in this film And at the end I almost cry because The Moment felt so emotional and well there isn't another word to describe it(And I'm not telling you the ending of the Movie).GO SEE LIKE MIKE A great Family film everyone will love they'll laugh and they'll cry in certain parts of the movie.I give the movie 8 out of 10 Stars

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