At the very least it makes me want to head to the pool!Dolphin is a coming-of-age tale about Alyssa, who has been living with her grandmother since her mom drowned a year ago. I don’t know about you, but I’m a sucker for an inspirational sports tale, especially one involving some serious GIRL POWER!Unfortunately, it's way back the seventies and—and since there was no girls’ team, Gracie has to work-work-work to compete with the (cute! But now, without further adieu, here's OK, I have a confession.So this movie kind of made me think, “If only I was good at science, maybe I could have been a marine biologist and studied the dolphins!
People stole pictures from me in eighth grade and they were putting them up. I don’t know a thing about either one.’” Guys’ Gal: “Sixth grade was a bit of a nightmare.All the girls seemed to hate me, and they were just mean.And when we got in the water, there was the reflection, so you had to have sunglasses on at all times, or else you got massive headaches." Dolphin Tricks: “When we were completely finished [filming Dolphin], I got to go out with the dolphins and they let me do all the dolphin trainer moves.I would stand on the dolphins’ noses and I would basically water ski.xoxo, Mandy F Gracie Under Pressure: “When we were filming Gracie, I definitely did everything at least once before the director could stop me [from wanting to do it on screen myself]. I couldn’t let them being the only ones doing these cool things! “When I first started [the soccer training], I could do one chin-up, barely. When we shot [the chin-up scene], it was on my 16th birthday, last shot of the day, so I was already tired, had already done stunts of falling onto the ground, broken glass, blah blah blah blah blah.I definitely had a soccer double and a stunt double. I did 10 full chin-ups on camera, and they only used five [in the movie]! “Eye of the Dolphin was a very difficult shoot because we were in the Bahamas and it was so, so hot.) had to do a report for school on something he doesn’t know anything about.He looks at me and my mom and goes, ‘It’s a toss up between opera and women.She was so down-to-earth and so chock full of fun stories, I could totally imagine her as a friend to all of us fab G-Blog gals.So, I just have to share some snippets from the interview that didn’t quite make it in the mag!