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High-schooler Grover Beindorf and his younger sister Stacy decide that their parents, Janet and Ned, are acting childishly when they decide to divorce after 18 years of marriage, so they lock them up in the basement until they'll sort out their problems. Their schoolfriends also decide to do the same with their parents to solve their respective problems. Written by
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This is a kid's movie. What else could it be, with this story?
A young boy (and his sister) begin top suspect that their parents' marriage is going down the drain. As things keep getting worse, and the words "temporary separation" begin to crawl into conversations, the kids decide to stage the ultimate trick: They invite their parents into a party in the cellar, celebrating their anniversary of marriage, and at the end of the evening, they nail the door shut and lock them in. To solve their problems. Things start getting out of hand pretty quickly when a friend and the school bully get wind of this, and decide to dump their own parents (with their own problems) into the same cellar, as well. Soon, three sets of parents and one stepmother are all locked in, while the kids begin to party upstairs....
See? Not exactly a mature plot, is it? This is a kids' movie, and as such it is great. Adults will probably find it bearable - at least I did. It's harmless fun...
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