Health officials start drafting plans to distribute... Valley Made, Local Strong: Lone Star Tackle. None. GUNS/WEAPONS For those concerned with bright flashes of light on the screen, some of that occurs late in the film during the big competition. Ahora las autoridades de salud... Estrenan área recreativa en la Bicentennial. ga('require', 'displayfeatures'); AFEMO OMILAMI plays the university president who warns Dr. Lee to play more audience pleasing music in his program or risk having it cut off. ©1996-2020 Screen It, Inc. NICK CANNON plays a talented but egotistical drummer who must learn how to operate as a team player rather than an individual star. The city of McAllen and Hidalgo County intercepted a bus — and temporarily sequestered the passengers — Wednesday amid concerns that passengers were exposed to COVID-19. All rights reserved. Officials from the city of McAllen and Hidalgo County met the bus at the McAllen bus terminal at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and temporarily sequestered the passengers. Music(Scary/Tense) "One of the passengers had collapsed on the bus and was unresponsive during the trip, prompting the bus driver to call for medical help. The rest of the band usually didn’t see this until they got off the bus back at our school. When we first meet Cannon's Devon Miles, he has just graduated from high school in the Big Apple and has been recruited for the Atlanta A&T marching band. After Devon boasts that Dr. Lee came to his house to sign him up for the band, Sean says he doesn't care if he (Dr. Lee) stayed in his (Devon's) mother's bed. Former band director here. m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) Yet, Devon's brash attitude on the field eventually puts a strain on their relationship and gets him in trouble with Dr. Lee who tries to teach him that he needs to be a team player rather than an individual star. 2020 Bustle Digital Group. The correlation between being on drum line and being an absolute delinquent is dangerously close to 1. Curious if this title is entertaining, any good, and/or has any artistic merit? J. ANTHONY BROWN plays an opposing band leader who wants Devon in his band so that he can continue to humiliate Dr. Lee. (Note: The "Our Take" review of this title examines the film's artistic merits and does not take into account any of the possibly objectionable material listed below). ORLANDO JONES plays the idealistic band director who wants to play real music and teach his students something, but must contend with the pressure of having to win championships. CANDACE CAREY plays one of the female band members who must occasionally put up with some sexist remarks from the guys. Frightening/Tense Scenes J. ANTHONY BROWN plays an opposing band leader who wants Devon in his band so that he can continue to humiliate Dr. Lee. Clearly, Devon is already getting cocky about the talent we all know he has. And it's of course all thanks to Devon and Sean. Thankfully, he chose to move past making a sequel to his film Underclassman (yikes, remember that one?) Edcouch-Elsa 35, Donna North 20 After Devon gets in his face during a drum-off, an opposing player punches Devon and then there's a free for all with players from both colleges jumping on and struggling with others (brief and nothing graphic). Jane" while all of them do pushups (and tell her she should be doing "girl pushups"). ZOË SALDANA plays the cheerleader who falls for Devon, is later embarrassed by his actions, and then gets back together with him. For those concerned with bright flashes of light on the screen, some of that occurs late in the film during the big competition. Profanity consists of at least 12 "s" words, while other expletives and colorful phrases are also present. None that we heard, but a few songs had lyrics that couldn't be understood, thus presenting the possibility of potentially objectionable lyrics in them. JASON WEAVER and EARL C. POITIER play other freshmen in the band. From that point on, Devon must make various important decisions regarding his attitude, participation and future as the competition nears. Blood/Gore Things are going fine even when it's revealed that Devon can't read music and is demoted to P4. First responders at the scene reported to Illinois health officials that several other passengers on the bus had been exposed while in their presence.". Do you remember the name of his other drumming friends? Jane" while all of them do pushups (and tell her she should be doing "girl pushups"). The students all go through vigorous training and then must prove their talent by auditioning to see which section of the band they'll actually be placed into at the beginning of their journeys. Devon doesn't wake up his roommate to attend a required roll call (he says he's not the boy's mother). “We acted quickly to isolate the passengers and assess their health,” Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said in the news release. He briefly uses profanity and eventually drops his differences with Devon to better the band. He briefly uses profanity. Alcohol/Drugs Music vs. showy presentations. The cheerleaders/dancers wear midriff-revealing tops and sashay around during the performance. After Devon causes an opposing player to punch him (that causes a brief melee), Laila is embarrassed to introduce him to her parents and walks away with them while he stands there. But who remembers what happened in the original Drumline ? We learn that Devon lied on his application and to the rest of the band about not being able to read sheet music. Devon and other guys refer to Diedre as "G.I. Various college students hold cups at a party that might be filled with some sort of alcohol. WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT? Devon refuses to spill any secrets, finally lets go of that dumb cockiness and decides to fight to get back into the good graces of Dr. Lee and the A&T drumline. Phrases: "I don't know sh*t about you," "Raggedy ass sh*t," "(That's/This is) Bullsh*t," "You don't know sh*t about me," "What the hell /is this/are you doing?" He briefly uses profanity. QUICK TAKE: JUMP SCENES VIOLENCE Music(Inappropriate) drumline (film) 2002) Starring Nick Cannon ️Business Promotion Like page share follow for more live movie streams It's been several years since A&T won the BET classic and Sean and Devon are ready for the new crop to bring the trophy back home. Former Band Director. He says that Jayson is doing it like a virgin, that Jayson has to "pump it," and makes another related comment about being with a girl. None. The scene further descends into Kafka novel territory when the bus driver begins chastising the students' school for their band director's choice of music. "Dawg," "I don't give a damn," "Jackass," "Honeys" (women), "Black ass," "A bitch move," "Damn right," "Still have that baton stuck up your ass," "Dumb ass," "What in the hell was that?" The final showdown see Devon back on the field with his drumline in an epic drum-off between A&T and Morris Brown. Autoridades en San... Autoridades en el municipio de Diaz Ordaz lograron recuperar de las aguas del Río Bravo el cuerpo de un hombre. Drama: A talented but egotistical drummer has to learn to be a team player rather than the individual star when he joins a prestigious college marching band. Devon and other guys refer to Diedre as "G.I. Devon and Zoe Saldana are also reunited! Then read OUR TAKE of this film. Devon doesn't get along with his upper class drill instructor, Sean Taylor (LEONARD ROBERTS), who recognizes Devon's talents, but hates his bad attitude. and "Give 'em hell.". Mr. Wade offers Devon a position on his band for the following year, but only if Devon gives up Dr. Lee's game plan for their competition against his college. Tense FamilyScenes "Several asymptomatic passengers were allowed to continue their travels with the knowledge of neighboring health departments who monitored their movements.". Sean explains that playing the drums while marching is like making love in that you can't be looking down trying to get the flow right. Other new and recent reviews include: Devon Miles (NICK CANNON) is a talented snare drummer who's received a full scholarship to Atlanta A&T to play with the marching band under the direction of Dr. James Lee (ORLANDO JONES). Who else can't wait to see if they do? Joining other bandmates including Jayson (GQ), Charles (EARL C. POITIER), Ernest (JASON WEAVER) and Diedre (CANDACE CAREY), Devon learns that playing in college is vastly different from high school. Another comment is made about making love, "handling your business," and when "you hit that spot" in relation to drumming and marching. Devon tries to tell Jayson how to "really" play his bass drum and more sex analogies are made. Privacy Statement and Terms of Use and Disclaimer All Rights Reserved, For most of the film, Devon and Sean have antagonistic attitudes toward each other. His bad and/or defiant attitude eventually switches for the better and he briefly uses some profanity. Los hechos ocurrieron esta mañana... Rinden homenaje a víctimas de COVID en celebración de Día de muertos. His bad and/or defiant attitude eventually switches for the better and he briefly uses some profanity. President Wagner puts pressure on Dr. Lee to change his music program to feature more audience pleasing songs or else have the program eliminated altogether. Devon and others ignore curfew rules and go out to a club. Well, before we get too immersed in the exciting new world of Atlanta A&T University in Drumline: A New Beat (yes, it's the same school from the original movie), let's take a moment to pull a Nick Cannon and share some nostalgia over the original and classic Drumline.