Motocrossed

Network Premier: February 16, 2001
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Synopsis

In Disney Channel’s original movie, “Motocrossed,” a 15-year-old girl poses as her twin brother in order to compete in the male-dominated sport of Motocross racing. Comic complications ensue as she tries to pull off her masquerade and come out a winner, destroying gender stereotypes in the process. “Motocrossed” world premieres Friday, 2/16/01 at 7PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Dove Review

Aimed at a teenaged audience, the family drama is highlighted by action-packed motorbike racing. The family prays over a meal, the siblings get along, life lessons are learned, and like “Joan of Arc,” “National Velvet,” and “Annie Get Your Gun,” the girl power message is made abundantly clear – anything a male can do, the opposite sex can do – often a little better.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: In the beginning, the siblings attempt to deceive their parents for a noble cause, but the deception is quickly found out and the family works out the situation.

Info

Company: Disney Channel
Director: Steve Boyum
Producer: George Perkins
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 91 min.
Industry Rating: TV-G
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright