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The Right Connections (1997)

TV Movie  |  PG  |   |  Drama, Family, Music  |  15 August 1997 (USA)
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The Tompkins's kids have a good life despite being raised by a single mum. However when Gail loses her job they look like they will have to make sacrifices to allow her to finish college so... See full synopsis »

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Melanie Cambridge (as Melissa Hart)
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Kendrick Bragg (as MC Hammer)
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Marnie Tompkins
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Lionel Clark
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Gary Fleming
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Peter Lake (as Chris Lovick)
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Josh Stevens
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Anthony Springer
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Douglas Freeman
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Blake Ingram
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The Tompkins's kids have a good life despite being raised by a single mum. However when Gail loses her job they look like they will have to make sacrifices to allow her to finish college so that she can get a better job to support the family properly... See full synopsis »

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Child Actors For Sale!
7 September 1999 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

Let's don't get crazy. There is nothing redeeming about this silly movie. At first I was wondering what the heck Melissa Joan Hart (who is in a supporting role) is doing in such an awful movie. Then I realized the "stars" were her less talented siblings. This movie is just a chance for Melissa Joan Hart's Hollywood mother to take advantage of Melissa's stardom and to showcase the rest of her brood (can anyone say "Macaulay Culkin"?).

The plot is stolen right from a Brady Bunch episode. The acting is on the level of public access television. Imagine watching the home movies of some stranger's children at their school play. The only person who could enjoy this movie would be named Hart or an MC Hammer fanatic.


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