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Roll Bounce (23-Sep-2005)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee

Writer: Norman Vance, Jr.

Keywords: Drama, Musical, Roller Skating, Rap

Coming-of-age comedy centers on the trials and tribulations of a group of teenage roller skaters in 1970s America.

ABSTRACT
Xavier, a young man living with father Curtis and sister Sonya in working-class 1978 Chicago, enjoys skating at an area roller rink with his pals. When their favorite rink goes under one day, Xavier and friends find themselves forced to hang out at the "Sweetwater" rink in an affluent corner of town, ultimately deciding to train for and take part in a heated roller disco competition to win the respect of the rink's proprietor and other skaters.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wayne Brady
Talk Show Host
2-Jun-1972   Makes Bryant Gumbel look like Malcolm X
Nick Cannon
Actor
8-Oct-1980   Drumline
D.M.C.
Rapper
31-May-1964   Run-D.M.C.
Mike Epps
Actor
18-Nov-1970   Next Friday
Rick Gonzalez
Actor
30-Jun-1979   Coach Carter
Meagan Good
Actor
8-Aug-1981   Eve's Bayou
Brandon T. Jackson
Actor
7-Mar-1984   Roll Bounce
Wesley Jonathan
Actor
18-Oct-1978   What I Like About You
Tim Kazurinsky
Comic
3-Mar-1950   Saturday Night Live, Police Academy
Chi McBride
Actor
23-Sep-1961   Steven Harper on Boston Public
Charlie Murphy
Actor
12-Jul-1959   Chapelle's Show
Marcus T. Paulk
Actor
12-Oct-1986   Myles Mitchell on Moesha
Kellita Smith
Actor
11-Jul-1969   The Bernie Mac Show
Jurnee Smollett
Actor
1-Oct-1986   Lisa Tyler on The Defenders
Khleo Thomas
Actor
30-Jan-1989   Roll Bounce
Paul Wesley
Actor
23-Jul-1982   Tommy Callahan on Everwood
Bow Wow
Rapper
9-Mar-1987   Beware of Dog

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