Ryan figures out a way to make his parents dissappear, but something goes wrong when his friend, Holly, starts disappearing too.

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What would you wish for if you were eleven and could have anything in the world? Your parents don't understand you. Your teenage brother is constantly getting you in trouble...for things he did! You're in love with the twelve-year-old girl across the street... who, unfortunately, is dating the local bully. Then, one afternoon, while being chased by the bully, you fall into a sinkhole, which happens to be in an ancient Indian burial ground. You find a glass, which you discover turns out to be a witchdoctor's Wishing Glass. When Ryan Mitchell discovers the Wishing Glass, he wishes that all the teenagers and parents would disappear. Soon it's "Kids World," with no adults and teenagers - nobody over the age of 12 anywhere! You can only imagine what happens next... Written by <rich@entertechmedia.com>

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Rated PG for crude pranks, bullying and some language | See all certifications »
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$14,387 (USA) (7 December 2001)

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$14,387 (USA) (7 December 2001)
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Leo: Why you sad?
Mitchell: You wouldn't understand.
Leo: 'Cause I am a retard?
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Great film for the whole family!
7 December 2000 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

A truly fun and entertaining movie for the whole family. Christopher Lloyd (Leo) is at his best and Blake Foster (Ryan Mitchell) is adorable. A must see for anyone who wished their parents would disappear for just a little while so you could do whatever you wanted. Kudos for a great film!


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