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Grind transforms formula into freestyle fun

Morrison (shown with Vogel, left) plays an 
"empowered" tomboy type.
Dale Robinette
Morrison (shown with Vogel, left) plays an "empowered" tomboy type.

In fact, it's the sense of confusion, of not even knowing if your friends are worth the trouble, that makes Grind more than a dumb-ass comedy. When we see that Eric's dad is a terrible caricature of middle-aged assholery, and discover that Matt's dad (a terrific Randy Quaid) is literally a clown, suddenly the desire of these uppity lads to go shred themselves a future makes a lot more sense. That the movie is funny and excels beyond Youth Culture 101 is a nice bonus.

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