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My Dad's a Soccer Mom (2014)

TV-PG | | Drama, Family, Sport | TV Movie 21 June 2014
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Cut from his NFL football team, a man starts bonding with his young daughter and encourages her to play soccer.

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Randall Stevens

Writer:

Rhonda Baraka
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lester Speight ... Marion Casey
Skai Jackson ... Lacy Casey
Wendy Raquel Robinson ... Holly Casey
Tracey Gold ... Lori Brookstone
Jeff Rose ... Monty Mulligan
Adin Steckler ... Kylie Mitchell
Tara Jones ... Harriett Mitchell
Ashley LeConte Campbell ... Miss Trudy
Jason Giuliano Jason Giuliano ... Cal Jefferson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Novi Brown ... Tori
Halle Collins Halle Collins ... Dancer / Ballerina
Kyla Deaver ... Abby Brookstone
Tasia Grant ... Parent #2
Dawn Halfkenny ... Sherri (as Dawnisha Halfkenny)
Brian Lafontaine ... Coach Washington
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Marion "Mad Dog" Casey is one of the biggest, baddest and most outrageous names in professional football, but lately his mouth has been outpacing his performance on the field. When Marion's contract isn't renewed and no one else rushes to sign him, he's not happy. Meanwhile, his wife Holly, who has spent many years being a stay-at-home mom for their 10-year-old daughter Lacy, sees this as an opportunity for her to pursue her career ambitions in interior design. After chauffeuring Lacy to ballet and theatre class - activities she really doesn't like, Marion discovers that she has a knack for soccer. He signs her up and begins his new life as a Soccer Dad - the only 300-pound, overbearing, ex-football player in the group! As he navigates the trickiness of being a hands on parent with soccer mom Lori and the other moms, Marion discovers the joy of his new relationship with his daughter. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family | Sport

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

21 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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Swirl Films See more »
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In Latin America some countries promoted this film as a sequel to The Game Plan (2007). See more »

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Good family movie.
22 November 2015 | by kittielalaSee all my reviews

My seven year old son, the hubby, and I watched it. The movie was good enough to hold all of our interests. The hubby didn't even pick up his cell to Facebook during the movie (which was surprising). 😊 It was nice to watch a good "clean" family movie. Soooooo many family movies today use language and suggest ideas that I don't want introduced to my children. This is one that I felt was truly safe to allow my children to watch without wondering if they would pick up some inappropriate behavior. This would make a great dad/daughter date night movie. Of course, it would also be a great movie to watch for a girls soccer team.


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