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Evan Gabriel ...
Bobby
Seth Fjersted ...
Chuck
Shaun Poremba ...
Johnnie
Michael Nowak ...
Get a Horse
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Ms. Brandt
Phil Dawkins ...
The Bully
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Julie
Barbara Ann Grimes ...
Mrs. Spittler
Lucy Pacquet ...
Mrs. Langley (as Lucina Paquet)
Bill Allan ...
Ice Cream Man (as Bill Allen)
Sarah Lag ...
Backyard Girl
Charlotte Long ...
Classroom Girl
Caleb Remington ...
Classroom Boy
Bryan Dahm ...
Classroom Boy
Jaclyn Barker ...
Betty Spaghetty Girl
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When school ends, the adventure begins.

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Comedy | Adventure

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G | See all certifications »
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17 March 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Enfim, Férias!  »

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1.33 : 1
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Today, Saturdays and Summer
Words and Music by Kimberly Floyd
Performed by BENT
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One of the poorest excuses for a children's movie in years...
11 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Have you ever seen a movie that is so bad it makes you want to somehow destroy the part of your brain that just processed more than an hour of crap? Don't' see this movie, ever, if you don't want to be in that situation.

I don't care if this movie was made for kids, it just plain stinks. Don't buy it, don't rent it, don't watch it on cable... It is just that bad. The acting, the story, everything... I began to wonder part way through the movie if the directors themselves were bored silly making it, and just gave the cameras to the kids to finish the rest. IT IS THAT BAD! You want an example of how bad it is? When I saw it in theaters (and then recently after my sister somehow got a copy of it), not only did I fall asleep, but also my then seven year old sister, and my eleven year old brother.

If you come in contact with this movie, I suggest you steal it, and proceed to destroy it. There is no reason for this to exist to destroy not only the minds of our children, but also the parents of these children who are even forced to listen to it from the other room. 0/10


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