Amanda Lemmon is a street-wise orphan who's about to be adopted by a family who uses children for their own selfish gain. Her case worker, Diane, loves her and would like to adopt her, ... See full summary »
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During the meet, you can see Max Taylor in the stands, behind the judges yet the girls admit later that he couldn't make it to the meet because he was too upset about the break up between him and Brooke. See more »
[Emily has a crush on her diving instructor Brad. After a dive]
Good, Emily, you're getting better!
Thanks, Bod, I mean Brad!
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Maxwell Tyler is an overworked single artist in the need for a new love and a new life.
Maxwell Tyler is an overworked single artist. His girls, Emily and Tess, see how much he has changed since their mother died. The girls are on a mission to help their father find true love again. They paint a billboard to advertise their dad. It makes the news. Their father is not all that happy about it. Maxwell's agent is a shady character. Maxwell's agent tries everything to discourage potential relationships between Maxwell and other women. Emily and Tess soon catch on to that. Although I don't watch many Mary-Kate and Ashley movies, I really liked this one. Emily and Tess have a sense of duty to their father, to help him regain a part of his life that was destroyed when his first wife died. It is a touching story with a surprising ending. This movie is aimed at the younger generation of viewers. However, I would recommend it to anyone.
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