A widower's daughter accidentally brings her doll to life while trying to cast a spell to resurrect her mother.

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Cast

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Drew McDonald (as Ann Marie Loder)
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Richie
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Phil
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Eve
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Dee Jay Jackson ...
Coach
Corrine Koslo ...
Toy Store Owner
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Bookstore Owner (as Alfred E. Humphreys)
Kerry Sandomirsky ...
Ms. Weiner (as Kerry Sandomirksy)
Sam MacMillan ...
Sam
Katelyn Wallace ...
Sarah
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Jessica Lee Owens ...
Shannon
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Storyline

After the death of her mother, 14-year-old Casey is despondent. As she and her father Ben begin to drift apart, Casey finds a book of magic spells and tries to use one to bring her mother back to life. But the plan backfires, and instead she finds that she's animated Eve, a fashion-plate dress-up doll. Eve is excited to be both alive and nearly six feet tall, but she has a lot to learn about living in the real world - and Casey isn't so sure she has the desire or the patience to teach her. Written by Lesley

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doll | spell | grief | toy | widower | See All (28) »

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She was a perfect doll. Now she's the real thing.


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5 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

As Casey's football team is running out onto the field before the championship game, Lindsay Lohan's real life siblings can be seen cheering in the stands. See more »

Goofs

When Eve is sitting at the desk in the office, the man behind her is leaning over a desk talking to a woman, then gives the woman a file, then turns and walks towards Eve while looking at her, and walks away. Then every time the camera shows Eve again, the man in the background repeats the same exact action several times. See more »

Quotes

Eve: It's fun to dress up! I look awesome!
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Featured in Movie Nights: Life-Size (2015) See more »

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Keep Me Away
Performed by Nobody's Angel
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Small Budget, Big Power! Hilarious Family Film!
24 September 2005 | by (...) – See all my reviews

At first glance I bet 90% of people would under estimate it. But I tell you, this is one heck of a film. It should have been put into theatres because it is SO much fun, and you can watch it with Family, friends, Anyone...and it NEVER gets boring! The comedy is everywhere. Jokes, gags, everything! It is so hilarious and you could seriously laugh through out the whole film. The acting was GREAT! It was clear and good. Finally the PLOT. Truly original! It is simple but the film is truly GREAT! Overall I give it 9/10. A bit of work here and there and the film could actually be PERFECT! RENT the film, actually, BUY the film because whenever your bored or feeling low, this film has enough comedy to make you feel better again. Small Budget, Big Power!


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