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The Brainiacs.com (2000)

When a boy decides his father is spending too much time at work, he starts his own company and ends up buying a controlling interest in his father's company.

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David Tyler
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Kelly Tyler
Bianca Rossini ...
Ms. Arbitrage
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Walter
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Miles (as Alan Lulu)
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Grandma Tyler
Patrick Thomas O'Brien ...
Mr. Greenmail (as Patrick T. O'Brien)
Kurt Wetherill ...
Chet Lucre
Cody Wetherill ...
Russell Lucre
Robert Grovich ...
Lars
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Kara Banks
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Ivan Lucre (as Dom Deluise)
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Mr. Toller
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When a boy decides his father is spending too much time at work, he starts his own company and ends up buying a controlling interest in his father's company.

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Running a business just became child's play!

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Comedy | Family

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22 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Agymenők.com  »

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Matt Tyler: Danny! You're a genius!
Danny: I am? I mean, of course I am! What do you mean?
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A cool all round family comedy.
2 December 2001 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

This is a funny, well acted film, that provides family viewing, brought right up to date with an internet based plot line. This film is perfect to while away a rainy Sunday afternoon with the whole family.

The cast (although a little surprising) gel together perfectly. Kevin Kilner (previously seen in Earth: Final Conflict) is truly believable as the business oriented father, who needs to spend more time with his family, Alexandra Paul manages to look pretty (which is about all this role allows her to do... but if it ain't broke...) and Michael Angarano is fabulously funny as the kid who just wants his dad to love him.

Pure Schmultz, but we love it anyway!


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