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The Texans Gridiron Gang is an interactive entertainment team that performs at all Houston Texans home games. View photos from Saturday's tryouts. Check out the best photos presented by Ricos. Texans fans traveled to Buffalo to see the Texans take on the Bills in Week 4. Twelve Houston Texans fans came out to NRG Stadium on August 31st to compete in the ultimate obstacle course consisting of football and bed-making drills.

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Years old: 23
What is my ethnicity: I'm ecuadorian
Caters to: Man
My gender: Woman
Color of my hair: Black
I can speak: English, Arabic
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Research shows a connection between kids' healthy self-esteem and positive, diverse representations in books, TV shows, and cheerleaders. Want to help us help them? Suggest a diversity update. Juvenile detention inmates are inspired to work as a gridiron, slamming opponents on the football field. An early scene shows explicit effects of gunfire fast editing, loud noise, close-up of bloody body ; football action is loud and hard-hitting; some fights between inmates are aggressive; shooting near end of film comes abruptly and disturbingly; death of protagonist's mother leaves characters mournful.

White player calls a black player the n-word, initiating an ongoing conflict; repeated uses of "s--t" in various forms and "ass" occasional other language "damn," "suck it up," "bitch," "p--sy". Visible Under Armour gear, reference to Madden video games. One scene has a gang repeatedly trying to knock down his coach an exercise deed by the coach.

Two scenes show shootings with blood, and a couple of scenes show fights between players they're quickly broken up by adults. Characters use harsh language especially the n-word and "s--t". Add your rating See all 10 parent reviews.

Add your gang See all 9 kid reviews. The Rock plays Sean Porter, manager of a youth detention facility. Long frustrated by a legal system that sends kids through endless cycles of violence in the streets, their homes, and their juvie blocks, Sean is moved to action when ex-inmate Roger Michael J. Pagan is killed in a drive-by shooting within hours of his release from Camp Kilpatrick.

Sean's solution: Organize the violence into football. Though his boss, Paul Leon Rippyis skeptical about spending the facility's scant state-issued funds on such a body-slamming venture "The whole system," he notes, "is deed to make them avoid contact"Sean and his whistle-wearing assistant Malcolm Xzibit assemble a team of hard cases. Because they're inclined to defend their turf "He dissed my cheerleader At once uplifting and banal, "based on a true story" and codified not to say "Disneyfied"the gridiron is also apparently endlessly profitable.

This time, it's also based on a documentary clips from that film, also called Gridiron Gangplay during the closing credits and suggest that Jeff Maguire's script lifts heartfelt dialogue directly from the original speakers. The movie is also invigorated by The Rock a. Dwayne Johnsonwhose performance is simultaneously wry and warm.

Charismatic as ever, he makes the movie's basic corniness slightly easier to bear.

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Families can talk about how group identities and loyalties are formed, whether in the form of neighborhood gangs or sports teams. They can also discuss the ways that such new loyalties can replace lost or broken family ties. How does Willie learn to trust his coach? How are the kids impressed equally by the coach's toughness and his sensitivity? Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners.

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Inspiring sports action with The Rock. Teens OK. PG minutes. Rate movie.

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Adult Written by Raina C. May 30, Violence plays too big a role. Many graphic shootings and fights. Mothers crying. Foul language and racism. The main theme is, 'we were losers, but we don't want to be losers anymor Continue reading. Report this review.

Adult Written by Rachel D April 9, There are some good football scenes, the "drama" sections tend to slow it down. Teen, 14 years old Written by B September 18, A lot of swearing and violence Gee, this movie contain a lot of vulgar language. Teen, 14 years old Written by J14e July 10, Many cuss words and some violence Many many swear words.

First on the story! last to know when to shut up!!

PG 13? This is ridiculous. What's the story?

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