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Whatever It Takes

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Genre: Comedies
Director: David Raynr - Director/Actor (Raynr/Hubbard)
Theatrical Release: 2000
Rated: PG-13 (MPAA)
Length: 94 mins
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Format: DVD
Language: English

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Loosely based on CYRANO DE BERGERAC, WHATEVER IT TAKES is a charming romantic comedy set in modern day high school. The film tells the tale of an uncool teenager, Ryan (Shane West), and a popular jock, Chris (James Franco), who team up to win the hearts of their dream girls (Marla Sokoloff and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe). Along the way, an endless barrage of comic situations adds flavor to the proceedings.

Synopsis

Loosely based on CYRANO DE BERGERAC, WHATEVER IT TAKES is a charming romantic comedy set in modern day high school. The film tells the tale of an uncool teenager, Ryan (Shane West), and a popular jock, Chris (James Franco), who team up to win the hearts of their dream girls (Marla Sokoloff and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe). Along the way, an endless barrage of comic situations adds flavor to the proceedings.

Details
Language Usage   Closed Captioned
Release Language   English
Color   Color
Area   
HiFi Sound   N
Surround Sound   Y
Digital Sound   Y
Stereo Sound   Y
CXEncoding   N
AC3Sound   Y
THXSound   N
DTSStereo   N
Unedited Version   N
Collector's Edition   N
Director's Cut   N
Closed Captioned   Y
Letterboxed   N
Extra Info   Closed Captioned
Rating Reason   Thematic elements, sexual material and language.
Parental Advisory   
cast & Crew
David Raynr - Director/Actor (Raynr/Hubbard)
Shane West - Actor
Christine Lakin - Actress
Marla Sokoloff - Actress
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe - Actress
James Franco - American actor, Freaks & Geeks/TRISTAN & ISOLDE
Aaron Paul - Actor
Colin Hanks - American actor, THE HOUSE BUNNY
Mark Schwahn - Screenwriter
Paul Schiff -
Tim Suhrstedt - Director Of Photography
Ronald Roose - Editor