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Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off (2003)

Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off (2003)

Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off





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Fourteen-year-old Eddie Ogden (Taylor Ball) is the best player on his baseball team. He also happens to be a natural-born chef, and it is this peculiar talent that opens him up for ridicule, not only from his fellow players, but also from the team's coach, who happens to be Eddie's father (Mark L. Taylor). After enduring such jibes as "Will he trade his baseball mitt for an oven mitt," poor Eddie is in for even more verbal abuse when he enters a prestigious cooking contest -- on the same day as the championship ballgame. Our hero's story is paralleled with that of a young girl who is being forced by her mother to try out for the cheerleading squad, even though the girl would rather play baseball. Real-life master chef Bobby Flay appears as himself in the New Zealand-filmed Eddie's Million-Dollar Cookoff, which made its Disney Channel debut on July 18, 2003.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Television, Kids & Family, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Dan Berendsen
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Disney Channel Productions


Taylor Ball
as Eddie Ogden
Mark L. Taylor
as Hank Ogden
Kylie Leydon
as Bridget Simons
Bobby Flay
as Himself
John Barker
as Andy Ogden
Renee Ji
as Kimberly
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an extremely underrated disney channel movie with great drama, comedy, and plot, and im not usually someone who likes disney channel movies, but this is one of the very few classics that the company has made

michael e.
Michael Edwards

Super Reviewer

"Do you even know what julienne means?" This is the literally the only thing I can recall from this movie. But I remember I liked it. I would watch it again.

Jennifer Xu

Super Reviewer


Cooking and baseball is not normally something that you would combine in a film, but I think film did a decent enough job of contrasting the two. The ending actually had a nice twist and wasn't like a regular Disney film where you can spot the ending from a mile away. The reason I refrain from giving it a higher rating is because of the middle. The middle act in this film is undoubtedly one of the most boring and uninspiring I've ever seen. The beggining and end were really good, but the middle needed a rewrite. Worth a watch.

Barry Newart

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