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No More Baths (1998)

 -  Comedy | Drama | Family  -  1 January 1998 (USA)
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Jake lets the children play at his home and tells stories of his role in the civil rights movement. A developer wants to have the elderly Jake evicted from his home to increase real estate value, so the kids decide to go on a bath strike.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Victoria Jackson ...
Charlotte Bildmore
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William McPhie
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Alice McPhie
Andreas Michael Lamelas ...
Keagan McPhie
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Bud Bildmore
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Millie McPhie
Jim Mapp ...
Jake
Carlton Bluford ...
Alex
Clayton Taylor ...
Buzz Bildmore
Sparky Mortimer ...
Danny
Anne Cullimore Decker ...
Judge Bowman (as Anne Decker)
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Brooke
Frank Layden ...
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Gretchen Carr ...
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Jake lets the children play at his home and tells stories of his role in the civil rights movement. A developer wants to have the elderly Jake evicted from his home to increase real estate value, so the kids decide to go on a bath strike.

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Keagan McPhie: There's got to be a way to get their attention, a way they can't ignore us.
[Millie laughs]
Keagan McPhie: What?
Millie McPhie: We could always not take any baths.
Danny: Oh yeah my dad would go for that, sure.
Keagan McPhie: Wait a minute. That's actually not a bad idea. It hurts no one, but it would most certainly make people take notice.
Alex: You mean it would make people hold their noses!
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Just for Kids
9 November 2004 | by (U.S.A) – See all my reviews

In some ways this movie reminds me of some of the creations a child could make were he (she) given a camcorder. The acting was completely second-rate, but tolerable. The scenery was very simplistic, yet still believable. Even though the storyline was far-fetched, the movie was really cute and worth a peak.

I don't think adults would enjoy this movie very much. It's really just a nice little story for kids. It teaches a lesson and has fun with it. This is the kind of movie that you might see in a grade school religion class.

One word to describe this movie would be mediocre. But of course, mediocre (movies) do exceptional things all the time.


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