A teenager wins a fully automated dream house in a competition, but soon the computer controlling it begins to take over and everything gets out of control, then Ben the teenager calms down the computer named Pat and everything goes back to normal.
Identical twins, separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents, discover each other for the first time at summer camp and make a plan to bring their wayward parents back together.
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
The cars' license plates in the film have very crude modifications to them. They're actually British Columbia plates (they say "Beautiful British Columbia") which is appropriate because the filming was in Vancouver, but they "Americanized" them simply by replacing "British Columbia" with "Evergreen State" (as seen on Ben's car). Of course, the Evergreen State is Washington, yet the plate design is obviously British Columbia's and even bears their flag. See more »
When Eve ventures out with Casey for the first time, going down the sidewalk, we can see crews in the background diverting regular traffic away from the filming location and to a detour. See more »
A pretty good film, I really loved the cast rather than the scrispt, so I think that it's worth watching, especially when Lindsay Lohan stars in it. My second comment is that I didsn't really enjoy the script. It was quite childish. But, the rest was great.
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