Marsha Robinson, host of a TV cooking show, takes her family on a working vacation to a South Seas Island, but their yacht is hijacked by pirates, and then shipwrecked, and the Robinsons ... See full summary »
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Marsha Robinson, host of a TV cooking show, takes her family on a working vacation to a South Seas Island, but their yacht is hijacked by pirates, and then shipwrecked, and the Robinsons must survive Marsha's complaints while they build a treehouse, meet a handsome carpenter, bond together as a family and fight off the pirates. Written by
I tried to hate it and call it a tired interpretation of the old Disney classic, but I ended up falling in love with its quirky humor and general atmosphere of fun. Call it a romp through good family-oriented humor and hijinks. It's something you can share with the kids and get a laugh out of yourself. I admit I just love Sarah Michelle Gellar, but be forewarned, she's no Buffy here. Dyan Cannon was supreme and never looked better, imho. She and Martin Mull has great chemistry.
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