My Dads a Soccer Mom (Edited)

Theatrical Release: June 21, 2014
DVD Release: May 19, 2015
My Dads a Soccer Mom (Edited)


Marion “Mad Dog” Casey (Lester Speight) is one of the biggest, baddest and most outrageous names in professional football, but lately his mouth has been out pacing his performance on the field. When Marion’s contract isn’t renewed and no one else rushes to sign him, he’s not happy.

Meanwhile, his wife Holly (Wendy Raquel Robinson), who has spent many years being a stay-at-home mom for their 10-year-old daughter Lacy (Skai Jackson), sees this as an opportunity for her to pursue her career ambitions in interior design. After chauffeuring Lacy to ballet and theater class – activities she really doesn’t like, Marion discovers that she has a knack for soccer. He signs her up and begins his new life as a Soccer Dad – the only 300-pound, overbearing, ex-football player in the group!

As he navigates the trickiness of being a hands-on parent with soccer mom Lori (Tracey Gold) and the other moms, Marion discovers the joy of his new relationship with his daughter.

Dove Review

Marion “Mad Dog’ Casie is out of a contract for football because he is a bragger, hot tempered and has a loud mouth when it comes to football. At home he depends on his wife to do everything for him and his daughter, but his life is about to change.

‘My Dad’s a Soccer Mom” is a charming wholesome movie that entertains the entire family. It is a story about how one big “bad” football player learns the importance of spending time with his child and what the meaning of love is. Marion’s new responsibilities are those of a parent while his wife returns to the workforce. But it is not as easy as he once believed as there is school, drama practice, ballet, and play dates. He soon discovers that his daughter Lacy is not happy with some of the activities that her mom has set up for her.

Lacy is not the only child that is unhappy, some of the other girls her age also want to change. Marion gets the ball rolling in a change for the better for everyone: the girls, the moms and himself. The group as well as Marion learn it is better to do something you enjoy and are proud of than those things that just keep you busy. He also learns the real meaning of teamwork and love.

We are proud to award this movie the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple kisses; man cuddles with wife from behind.
Language: None
Violence: Bullying others.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Cleavage.
Other: Being disrespectful to others; laughing at other's dreams; jealousy; being selfish; pushing children to do activities that they do not want to do.


Company: Alchemy
Director: Randall Stevens
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe