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足球尤物

主演:
阿曼达·贝尼斯,查宁·塔图姆,劳拉·莱姆希,维尼·琼斯,大卫·克罗斯,朱丽·哈基提,罗伯特·霍夫曼,亚利桑德拉·布莱肯瑞吉,乔纳森·萨多斯基,阿曼达·克鲁,杰西卡·卢卡斯,布兰顿·杰·麦克拉伦,Clifton MaCabe Murray,詹姆斯·施奈德,詹姆斯·柯克
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类型:
喜剧片
导演:
安迪·菲克曼
年代:
2006
地区:
美国
语言:
英语
更新:
2021-03-16 11:42
简介:
维欧拉(阿曼达•贝尼斯饰)甜美可人,笑容如同一片金色阳光。但她可不是个娇滴滴的小女生。疯狂喜爱足球的她,一直把踢球当作梦想。谁知,可恶的学校竟然取消了女子球队。维欧拉为了继续她的足球梦,乔装成她的双胞胎哥哥赛巴斯蒂去新学校报道,并作为新生加入足球队,准备在球场上战胜那.....详细
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足球尤物剧情简介
维欧拉(阿曼达•贝尼斯饰)甜美可人,笑容如同一片金色阳光。但她可不是个娇滴滴的小女生。疯狂喜爱足球的她,一直把踢球当作梦想。谁知,可恶的学校竟然取消了女子球队。维欧拉为了继续她的足球梦,乔装成她的双胞胎哥哥赛巴斯蒂去新学校报道,并作为新生加入足球队,准备在球场上战胜那些轻视女孩的男球员们。但是从小女生变成男生可不是一件容易的事,维欧拉故作野蛮的样子着实让人又佩服又好笑。  在室友杜克(钱宁•塔图姆饰)的帮助下,维欧拉足球技术越来越出色。而没有意识到,没有觉察到现未加注意中,她竟爱上了这个和她从早到晚都在一起常生活在一起,关系密切的阳光大男孩。令人咋舌的是,学校的“万人迷”奥莉维娅竟然疯狂地为她着迷。一件件突发事件人们前脚跟着后脚,接连不断地来来者很多,络绎不绝,维欧拉不知道怎么办才好处境为难或心神慌乱。但她始终不变的,对足球的狂热,促使她硬着头皮也要向前走。爱情,足球,人人都高兴满意还是全盘皆输?等待维欧拉,等待你我……

阿曼达·贝尼斯 饰演  薇欧拉

影片的女主角,为了报复学校取消女子足球队,毅然女扮男装加入学校敌对的足球队,要在比赛中击败对手,证明女子也能参加男子足球比赛。

查宁·塔图姆 饰演 杜克

薇欧拉的室友,足球队的队长,直率纯真,非常喜爱奥莉维亚,为此还向薇欧拉如何追求女孩子。

詹姆斯·柯克 饰演 塞巴斯蒂安

薇欧拉的双胞胎哥哥,因为去英国参加音乐会,错过了学校的入校时间,因而薇欧拉女扮男装顶替他。

劳拉·莱姆希 饰演 奥莉维亚

学校中的校花,是杜克的梦中情人,但是奥莉维亚对杜克毫无感觉,只喜爱薇欧拉所假扮的敏感又善解人意男孩形象。

罗伯特·霍夫曼 饰演 贾斯汀

薇欧拉的前任男友,因为对薇欧拉所承诺的事情出尔反尔,被薇欧拉甩了。在游园派会上,对亲吻薇欧拉的杜克大大动手。

折叠 正面评价

足球尤物女主角阿曼达·贝尼斯展现了她的阳光明媚和勇敢,片中不断转换男女之间的发声轻重,她的清喉动作格外搞笑。(《芝加哥太阳时报》评)影片的成功就像诗人所说的:更好比愚蠢的机智是更诙谐的愚蠢。(《费城问询报》评)这是一个完美愉快且有趣的电影,充满了欢蹦乱跳的机智与配合地表演。(《今日美国》评)脾气好的观众会很享受这部电影,那难以置信的横扫千军的感觉就像风一样。(《洛杉矶时报》评)这是一个可爱的浪漫喜剧,也符合了莎士比亚之意。(《芝加哥论坛报》评)

足球尤物影评

She is the Man is a teen flick that based on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, which is about a girl who pretends to be her twin brother in order to play her favorite sport soccer. Many stereotypes of gender roles about males’ masculinity and females’ femininity have been shown in She, and many of these stereotypes have been parodied to critique gender inequality. Although She is the Man tells a story about girl sport (soccer), discourse of gender roles is the theme because of the important employment of a “reversed sex” in the film. First, the catalyst of the story is the protagonist Viola’s high school cuts the girls’ soccer team, and the coach refuses to let her try out for the boys team—“Everybody knows girls aren’t as fast or strong or athletic as boys”. This is the most obvious example of gender stereotype and sexism; it becomes the motif of Viola’s impersonation of her brother Sebastian to try out for a rival school’s boys’ team and prove herself. Another example can be seen in Viola’s girly mother’s parenting on girlhood—all she wishes for her daughter is to dress nice, be ladylike and have a cute boyfriend. Viola’s attempt to break gender stereotype from school and parent is feminist. However, the plot itself of Viola has to "become a man" in order to earn respect as well as the opportunity to play soccer is an implication of gender inequality. Yet, the film has employed many unexpected events to mock or satirize gender roles. On the one side, it suggests a girl can play both male and female roles if she wants, Viola’s masquerading as a boy is the best case. In addition, the film also implies “inside every girl, there is a boy” from Viola’s male friend Paul’s mouth. For example, during the mother-daughter dinner, Olivia, the gender-normative “lady”, fights with Sebastian’s “ex”-girlfriend. The fight scene is very manlike and aggressive, which might be exaggerated for comedy effect, but still, it does make the audiences wonder if the previous ladylike was just a fake; it also becomes an interesting echo to Paul’s words. On the other side, the film also constantly makes a dig at male’s feminine part. One example is Duke, the typical jock who is supposed to be masculine, is actually very shy and becomes tongue-tied when he is with girls. And he is scared of bugs just like Viola; there is this scene he and “Sebastian” (Viola) scream and jump onto the same bed just to dodge a spider. Another classic example is when “Sebastian” (Viola) first moves into dorm, she accidentally drops her female product, which is seen by Duke. He asks why she has tampons in her boot, she says she gets bad nose bleeds implying she stick them up the nose. When Duke and his male friends get surprising face, she even says Beckham does it all the time. What is funny is, later in the film, Duke really uses tampon to suck nose bleeding after a fight. This not only surprises Viola, who does not think a guy would actually use tampons (even though she is the one makes it up), but also becomes an irony to his early response to this story. Although the film does not explicitly say, it is clearly enduring the idea that female can be manlike and masculine (playing soccer, fight, etc.), and male can be ladylike and feminine (use woman product, fear of bugs, etc.) Reading this teen comedy as a whole—it is amusing to see the switch of masculinity in female and femininity in male, and more interestingly, this is approached through a real “sex switch”, a girl in boy’s disguise—Shakespeare might laugh as well.© Lydia L 3/16/2011未经许可请勿转载