Another sports saga bloated with emotional uplift, Gracie wouldn’t know a nuance if one hit it in the face. This is a well-meaning family affair, with producer and costar Andrew Shue, his sister and costar Elisabeth Shue and her husband and director Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth) all involved in the project. What’s more, it’s based on the Shues’ childhood, in which soccer was the common bond. Yet the movie, which follows a teen girl (Carly Schroeder) trying to earn respect in her male-dominated, soccer-crazed family, has far more hokum than genuine emotion. Add a tragic death – whether it’s based on reality or not – and you have a movie that borders on shamelessness.