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Grind Movie Review

Mike Vogel, Adam Brody and tons of pro skateboarders like Bam Margera star in the WB skateboarding flick, Grind.
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Skateboarding fans everywhere are gearing up to check out the WB's latest flick, Grind. It has a star-studded, skating cast and a soundtrack you'll never get tired of. But is it worth lining up to see? Kidzworld has the Grind lowdown.

Giving Props to Grind

This WB skateboarding flick is stuffed with coolness - from the super-cute cast (Mike Vogel, Adam Brody and Jennifer Morrison,) to the rockin' tunes (The Donnas, Simple Plan, The Used,) Grind is a fun film to watch with your skating pals. Grind is jam-packed with some awesome skate footage - kickflips, ollies and tail grabs galore. Plus, peeps like Bam Margera, Tom Green, Jason "Wee Man" Acu
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