What parents need to know before their kids see Gridiron Gang.
'Guardian Angel' from the soundtrack of LET IT SHINE.
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Gridiron Gang -- Teenagers at a juvenile detention center, under the leadership of their counselor, gain self-esteem by playing football together.
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Gridiron Gang -- Clip: To Be Judged
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stars in this gritty and inspirational movie based on a true story of a group of teenage delinquents given a second chance to redeem themselves by playing football. Sean Porter (Johnson) is a frustrated juvenile probation officer. Most of the kids in his detention camp are either sent back to prison once they leave or meet a violent end when they return to the streets. Desperately looking for a way to make a difference, he and his co-worker Malcolm Moore (Xzibit, TV's "Pimp My Ride") devise a plan to teach discipline and responsibility through the game of football. But with only four weeks before the start of the season, Porter must overcome insurmountable odds to put together a competitive team. It's a season that will test their minds, spirit, and bodies as Porter teaches his players the principles of good character, strength through resiliency, and genuine respect for one another.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (The Rundown, Walking Tall) stars in this gritty and inspirational movie, based on a true story about a group of teenage delinquents given a second chance to redeem themselves by playing football.
The true story of the football team that proved sometimes second chances can make a difference comes to the screen in director Phil Joanou's tale of self-respect and social responsibility on the gridiron.
Jamtron, the test grading robot, dances for the class and Destinee and Paris perform "True Love."
Angus and his Outback back-up dancers teach everyone his dance and Shane Harper performs.
Captain Obvious states what's wrong and Julia takes her Zach Feldman show on the road.
Angus shows off the Shin-ercizzer and a salesman pitches the show So Logical.
Becky Buckley tries to hide her secret that she was raised by beavers and a team of doctors and nurses take part in a flash mob! The Ready Set performs "Young Forever"!
When Cole and Dylan Sprouse guest star, the Anime Bros feel threatened by the new Botformer Bros at school and the twins reveal why their brother Skippy wasn't in the show.
In High School Technical, the stage crew realizes they are the real stars and Sergeant Slumber teaches the do's and don'ts of sleepovers! Andy Grammer performs "Keep Your Head Up".
Mr. Goodman assigns nicknames to his students and Scott and Elliot return from summer break looking Mega-anime! Christina Grimmie sings "Advice".
MC Grammar raps about Christmas and Harry Potter shops at Voldemarts for the holidays. Musical Guest Justin Bieber performs "Mistletoe".
The Garlic Garden serves breakfast to its patrons family style and Mia interviews Donald Trump and asks the tough question, "WHY?!" Musical guest Pia Toscano performs "This Time".
Gaga, Bieber, Jaden Smith, and the Black Eyed Peas sing playground tunes and Chester is way too shy to talk to most girls except Bridgit Mendler. Musical guest Lemonade Mouth performs!
Hush Puppy and Footy Scent rap about candy pants for trick or treating and trick or treaters encounter Rufus on Halloween night! Iyaz (featuring Mann) performs "Pretty Girls".
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