Texas Ranger Roland Sharp is assigned to protect the only witnesses to the murder of a key figure in the prosecution of a drug kingpin -- a group of University of Texas cheerleaders. Sharp must now go undercover as an assistant cheerleading coach and move in with the young women.Written by
Teresa's unseen boyfriend is named Antonio. In real life Paula Garcés, who plays Teresa, is married to a man named Antonio Hernandez. See more »
When Heather is talking to Sharp, she says that Full Metal Jacket is her favorite movie, but goofs on where Private Joker's "Born to Kill" and his peace symbol are located. She claims that there is one on each side of his helmet. In reality, the "Born to Kill is on the front of his helmet while the peace symbol is a pin on his collar. See more »
[after several guys greeted Barb fondly]
You got some admirers on this campus here, don't you?
Now you don't be jealous, such a silly boy.
We can stop this charade and run away together.
You have a paper to write!
I know. But if I write it myself, it is just gonna be stupid.
You don't know that, because you haven't tried. And cheating is a hell of a lot worse than being stupid. Plagiarism is an academic crime. It is punishable by academic death.
What do you care anyway?
I wanna see ...
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I was skeptical of seeing Tommy Lee Jones in a comedy but it was WONDERFUL. He played such a great, cynical part and did it perfectly. The cheerleaders in the movie were a bit annoying but other than the catcalls from the immature high school boys behind us in the theater, it was tolerable. TLJ did a great job of balancing the comedy and serious parts! I give this movie two thumbs up and recommend it to anyone! I think it is awesome, too, that the University of Texas actually allowed the movie set to use their facilities and their traditions. I was also glad to see that there was not a whole lot of stereotype about Texas. It seems like every time a movie is shot in Texas or the plot is based in Texas you see people riding horses and a gun battle. Good movie. Worth the $$.
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