===Story=== Once you've seen ''Drumline'', halftime shows will become works of art. This formulaic yet surprisingly captivating movie honors the military precision of college football marching bands, those battalions of eager, sternly disciplined brass sections, drummers, and fly girls who turn halftime shows into well-oiled Vegas variety acts on steroids. Devon (played by Will Smith protégé Nick Cannon) is a cocky Brooklyn kid with a snare-drumming scholarship to (fictional) Atlanta A&T University. He can't read music (he lied on his application) and his attitude sucks, but he's the best natural drummer the college has ever had, so he quickly rises through the marching band ranks. The school year brings Devon the obligatory girlfriend (Zoë Saldana, smart and charming); clashes with his old-school band director (Orlando Jones); and well-earned redemption at the championship marching band showdown. No surprises here, but great chemistry all around, and a fantastic, positive role-model showcase for a musical form that has evolved far beyond the main street parades of Smalltown, U.S.A. ''--Jeff Shannon'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Closed-captioned *Dolby


Nick CannonDevon Miles
Zoe SaldanaLaila
Orlando JonesDr. Lee
Leonard RobertsSean Taylor
Jason WeaverErnest
Earl PoitierCharles
Candace CareyDiedre
Shay RoundtreeBig Rob

  • Genre: Drama Movies
  • Director: Charles Stone III
  • Producer: Fox
  • Length: 118 min
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaDec 13, 2002
    JapanApr 10, 2004
    AustraliaFeb 12, 2004
  • Ratings
    North AmericaPG-13
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaSep 30, 2003
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