Like Mike
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Comedy, Sports, Family
  • Year: 2002
English Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Surround, French Dolby Surround


Lil Bow Wow stars in this hilarious and heartwarming tale for anyone who’s ever dreamed of slam-dunking like basketball superstar Michael Jordan. With help from a magical pair of sneakers, teen orphan Calvin lives out his dream of playing in the NBA. On top of hitting game-winning shots and throwing down epic jams, the pint-sized powerhouse sets his sights on another lifelong goal: having a family. But first Calvin must outwit villains who are trying to steal his thunder and ruin his chances of being adopted. Brimming with high-flying fun, Like Mike will make your whole family stand up and cheer.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature

**Full-Length Audio Commentary by Director John Schultz, Lil Bow Wow and Jonathan Lipnicki
**Deleted Scenes with Optional Director’s Commentary
**Off the Hook and On the Set Featurette
**Bow Wow’s Bow Featurette
**“Basketball” Music Video and More

Cast & Crew

Lil Bow Wow ... Calvin Cambridge
Morris Chestnut ... Tracey Reynolds
Jonathan Lipnicki
Robert Forster
Crispin Glover
Eugene Levy
Brenda Song ... Reg


Ted Shen Chicago Reader | March 25, 2008

[A] summer-weight but winsome basketball fantasy.

Time Out | June 24, 2006

Bow Wow makes an impressive film debut; parents and children will love Calv's plucky can-do attitude; and the action sequences are given a little more oomph due to the presence of real life basketball pros.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | July 11, 2002

Its sense of harmless, inoffensive wish fulfillment, along with its celebration of fatherhood ... is genuinely touching, if overly familiar and formulaic.

Richard Roeper Ebert & Roeper | July 10, 2002

This is a lot of fun and Lil' Bow Wow, now calling himself Bow Wow, is very charming.

Moira MacDonald Seattle Times | July 03, 2002

A squeaky-clean, warmhearted movie parents can send kids to without worries.

Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle | July 03, 2002

One of the summer's pleasant surprises.

Gene Seymour Newsday | July 03, 2002

Both the slapstick and the schmaltz are workmanlike enough to keep the little ones' eyes wide and bright. Grown-ups should be prepared to have their nerves milked dry.


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