Blue Crush

Synopsis: Nothing gets between Anne Marie and her board. Living in a beach shack with three roommates including her rebellious younger sister, she is up before dawn every morning to conquer the waves and count the days until the Pipe Masters surf competition. Having transplanted herself to Hawaii with no one's blessing but her own, Anne Marie finds all she needs in the adrenaline-charged surf scene ... until pro quarterback Matt Tollman comes along. Like it or not, Anne Marie starts losing her balance - and finding it - as she falls for Matt.
Genre: Drama, Romance, Sport
Director(s): John Stockwell
Production: Sony Pictures Classics
  1 win & 7 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
61
Rotten Tomatoes:
36%
PG-13
Year:
2002
104 min
$1,080,072
Website
821 Views


Let's get you into something big.

What's up, Anne Marie? Where you been?

Thought you were behind us.

Today's your big day. Let's do it.

Hey, everybody, this is my girl, Anne Marie.

She's with the boys.

She's gonna get some waves. Any of

you get in her way, you're gonna deal with me.

Here we go. Paddle.! Paddle.! Come on.! Move.!

Watch out.! Watch out.!

Spring girl's wave. Hit it.!

Come on! Paddle in!

- Come on!

- Paddle.! Paddle.! Paddle.!

What the hell is that?

- God.! You ain't even paddling.

- Girls can't surf Pipe.

What the hell was that?

What the hell is she afraid of?

- This ain't a beauty pageant.

- Oh, if you do that again, you're barred.

Come on, Anne Marie, you got to do it

this time. No fooling around.

Let's do it.

This one's yours right here. Don't blow it.

Or I ain't gonna help you anymore.

Come on. Paddle, paddle.! This one's yours,

Anne Marie.! Go.! Go.!

Yeah, yeah, yeah.!

Ohh!

You were in the perfect spot.

You were right where you needed to be.

Whatever. That thing was a beast.

Just dropped out.

How big was it?

It was solid. It was, like, triple overhead.

She totally had it. Yeah.

She just needed to paddle a little harder.

I don't know.

It's all in your head. It's all up here.

If you just would have committed,

you could have made that wave.

Whatever. At least she went.

That wave was huge.

- I would have never gone.

- She was perfectly positioned.

If she had the balls to charge...

Why does the sun rise in the east?

What? Why does the sun rise in the east?

Because it sets in the west.

Because that's the way the Earth rotates.

Do you remember that Superman episode...

where he was, like, spinning

around the Earth backwards...

trying to rotate it in the other direction?

Yeah. Yeah, yeah. To bring back time?

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Lizzy Weiss

Lizzy Weiss is an American screenwriter, television producer and television writer. Weiss was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Graduating from Duke University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Women’s Studies. Weiss continued her education at New York University and got a M.A. in Communication in 1993. After she finished her schooling she did a number of writing jobs until in 1999 Weiss wrote for the MTV original film Holding Patterns. This was the first time that she was paid for her writing. Although the film did not air, she was hired again by MTV to write for the TV series Undressed. While writing for MTV she was given an article called Surf Girls of Maui from Outside magazine. She wrote a script for a film that was similar to the article. After John Stockwell was hired to direct the film Blue Crush, Weiss was chosen to write for the film. Weiss' other television credits include Cashmere Mafia and the ABC Family series Switched at Birth, in which she is creator and executive producer.In 2012, Weiss won the 2012 Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Producer for Switched at Birth. Switched at Birth was also honored with 2013 Peabody Award. more…

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