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She's the Man

Amanda Bynes  Actor Channing Tatum  Actor Laura Ramsey  Actor Vinnie Jones  Actor Julie Hagerty  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Adult Situations,Adult Language,Sexual Situations

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She's the Man

Theatrical Release Date: 2006 03 17 (USA)

UPC: 097360822045

Studio: Dreamworks Video

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Adult Situations, Adult Language, Sexual Situations]

Summary: A simple case of assumed identity snowballs into a romantic mix-up of epic proportions in director Andy Fickman's contemporary teen take on William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Viola Hastings (Amanda Bynes) has good reason for wanting to conceal her identity upon arriving at Illyria Prep School, and with her twin brother, Sebastian (James Kirk), skirting school in an attempt to break into the London music scene, Viola sees her sibling's well-timed absence as the perfect opportunity to assume his identity. When Viola is assigned a shared dorm room with campus cool guy Duke (Channing Tatum), her facade slowly begins to crumble as she begins harboring a deep-rooted crush on her unsuspecting new roommate. The situation begins to take a turn for the worse, however, when Duke reveals his affection toward campus knockout Olivia (Laura Ramsey), who in turn seems increasingly drawn toward the sensitive imposter known as Sebastian. The problem is, the real Sebastian has decided to cut his London trip short, and upon arriving on campus two days earlier than expected, Viola's elaborately executed ruse hits an unexpected hitch that sends the entire situation spiraling into chaos. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Category: Comedy

Features: cc
Director & cast commentary featuring Amanda Bynes
Deleted scenes
Making the man gag reel
"Let Go" - Dave Lichens music video
Cast photo album
Pop-up trivia

She's the Man

Format: DVD

Release Date: 07/18/2006

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1, DDS2.0 Dolby Digital w/ 4 channels

Runtime: 105 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French,Spanish

Subtitles: English

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- She's the Man
1. Getting Cut [5:50]
2. Just Like Your Brother [6:22]
3. Welcome to Illyria [4:43]
4. Second String [2:52]
5. Unofficial Big Brother [3:28]
6. Crushes [5:10]
7. The New Sebastian [4:03]
8. Perfect Partners [5:58]
9. Consider It [5:57]
10. The Kissing Coach [7:08]
11. Flow [4:34]
12. Cesario's [6:29]
13. When Debutantes Disagree [6:31]
14. A Tangled Web [1:41]
15. Game Day [2:47]
16. Time Out! [4:36]
17. The Truth [6:52]
18. In Your Head [6:03]
19. The Ball [3:29]
20. End Credits [5:40]

Derek Armstrong

Many of Shakespeare's plays have been made palatable for teenage moviegoers, but She's the Man pulls off the trick more deftly than most. Andy Fickman's modern staging of Twelfth Night, involving a high school girl who wants to play on the boys' soccer team, has plenty of moves thanks to the fleet footing of actress Amanda Bynes. Known from an early age for her sharp comic timing, Bynes puts her elastic face and smart instincts to work playing both Viola and her twin brother Sebastian, whose identity she assumes to try out for the team. (In a true homage, She's the Man uses the original character names from the play, even providing Viola's love interest with the unlikely given name of Duke Orsino.) Bynes plays a couple moments as Sebastian a bit broadly, but that's true to the tone of one of the Bard's most whimsical and slapstick comedies. The cast is speckled with fine comic actors (David Cross, Julie Hagerty) and capable straight men to balance things out (Channing Tatum as the aforementioned Duke), and the script is notable for always remaining sweet, in turn sidestepping the potential for homophobia that's built into the text. In the real world, Viola's barely concealed love for Duke, when she's in the guise of Sebastian, might cause a square-jawed jock like Duke to resort to some hurtful epithets. But not here. In fact, She's the Man would surely not work so well if it succumbed to any kind of modern-day cynicism. By retaining a pure affection for the screwball implausibility of Twelfth Night, it excels. In a sure sign that the play's usage was no mere marketing gimmick, producer-screenwriter Ewen Leslie would later reassert his love for Twelfth Night, naming a pair of canines Viola and Sebastian in Hotel for Dogs. ~ Derek Armstrong, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Lauren Shuler-Donner  Producer 
Tom Rosenberg  Executive Producer 
Nathan Wang  Composer (Music Score) 
Marty P. Ewing  Executive Producer 
Gary Lucchesi  Executive Producer 
Karen McCullah Lutz  Screenwriter 
Kirsten Smith  Screenwriter 
Andy Fickman  Director 
Ewan Leslie  Producer 
Ewan Leslie  Screenwriter 
Amanda Bynes  Actor 
Channing Tatum  Actor 
Laura Ramsey  Actor 
Vinnie Jones  Actor 
Julie Hagerty  Actor 
Alex Breckenridge  Actor 
Jonathan Sadowski  Actor 
Robert Hoffman  Actor 
Robert Torti  Actor 
James Snyder  Actor 
Amanda Crew  Actor 
Jessica Lucas  Actor 
James N. Kirk  Actor 
Clifton Murray  Actor 
Brandon Jay McLaren  Actor 
Emily Perkins  Actor 
David Cross  Actor 

Country: USA