Pop quiz, hotshots. Is this:
a) A searing social-political skewering of '80's culture, using high school football to explore how the medium class-establishment attempts to subvert the ambition of a lower-class, urban society;
b) A spiky, racial sports movie, starring Wesley and Woody, using high school football to explore how racial stereotypes are enforced both on and off the field; or
c) A fluffy Goldie Hawn comedy that says as much about socio-political and racial issues as Overboard did for gender politics.
Hmmmmmmm. Let me have a think.
For a Bank Holiday afternoon, this slightly saucy comedy is a very pleasant watch. Bouncy, synth-filled montages, a flash of naked Goldie in the bath and a film where the only inspiration…