Alley Cats Strike (2000) Rated TV-G

A group of teenage outsiders gets involved in a bowling rivalry. Starring Kyle Schmid, Robert Ri’chard, and Kaley Cuoco.

Disney has always been good with making made-for-TV movies. This is one of them. We have two schools that will become one next year, so this is the last year of a rivalry between them. The script isn’t the best; the film has a hard time deciding what type of movie it wants to be. We have adults acting like children while 50s music plays in the background. It’s a film that tries to present the moral that geeks can save the day. While the game of bowling is interesting, the film doesn’t show how great bowling can be. This is a lackluster film that doesn’t have much going for it. It’s not worth a watch.

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