Cover image for Sugar & spice [DVD] / New Line Cinema presents a Wendy Finerman production ; producer, Wendy Finerman ; writer, Mandy Nelson ; director, Francine McDougall.
Title:
Sugar & spice [DVD] / New Line Cinema presents a Wendy Finerman production ; producer, Wendy Finerman ; writer, Mandy Nelson ; director, Francine McDougall.
Title Variants:
Sugar and spice
ISBN:
9780780635470
Publication Information:
[United States] : New Line Home Entertainment, [2001], ℗♭2001.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (84 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
DVD release of the 2000 motion picture.

Special features: widescreen (2.35:1) and fullscreen versions, deleted scenes, cast and crew filmographies, theatrical trailer; DVD-ROM content: script-to-screen screenplay, link to original website.
Performers/Actors:
Marley Shelton, Melissa George, Mena Suvari, Rachel Blanchard, Marla Sokoloff, Alexandra Holden, Sara Marsh, James Marsden.
Abstract:
When the A-squad cheerleading captain finds herself pregnant and in need of money, she and her friends dress up in costume to rob a bank. High school highjinx ensues.
Audience/Reading Level:
MPAA rating: PG-13.
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The directorial debut of Australian filmmaker Francine McDougall, this teen comedy stars Marley Shelton as Diane, captain of the Lincoln High School A-squad cheerleaders, the most popular girls in their school. They include born-again Christian Hannah (Rachel Blanchard), the rebellious Kansas (Mena Suvari), late-night talk show fan Cleo (Melissa George), and brainy geek Lucy (Sarah Marsh). When Diane learns that she's pregnant, she and her stud quarterback boyfriend Jack (James Marsden) get hitched and quickly learn that marriage with children is an expensive proposition. With some advice from Kansas' convict mom (Sean Young), the squad embarks on a plan to rob a bank, but their peppy enthusiasm and patented cheerleading moves may give them away to the authorities. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi


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