A 13-year-old girl goes to desperate lengths to get attention when her mother gives birth to quints.

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Jamie Grover
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Jim Grover (as Dan Roebuck)
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Nancy Grover
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Zoe
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Brad
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Albert (as Vincent Corazza)
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Adam Grover
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Fiona
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Mr. Blackmer
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Biker
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Cameraman
Jesse Ray Brooks ...
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Jamie Grover's parents are always around and not letting her have ANY space. She wishes for just a couple days without their constant attention. She gets her wish. Her mother has quintuplets. Being the first in their state, they become famous. Mother and Father get caught up in the fame and Jamie has to bring them back down to reality. Written by Sarah <thefluffprincess@yahoo.com>

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As if life at 14 isn't twisted enough!

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Babies are only allowed to work fifteen-minutes at a time with twenty-minute breaks in between. So, twenty babies were brought in to play the quints. See more »

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Nancy Grover: Zoe, have you ever changed a baby's diaper?
Zoe: Does a doll count?
Nancy Grover: Let's start you off with a girl.
Jamie Grover: Boys tend to pee on you.
Zoe: Um, ew.
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The Quints Are Ruining Kimberly's Life
30 May 2009 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Quints despite what you might obviously think is not a film about the birth of quintuplets. It's about the experience of being an older sibling to those quintuplets and the film is seen and narrated through the eyes of their 14 year old sister played by Kimberly J. Brown.

I have to say this is one of the better products to come from the Magic Kingdom I've seen in recent years. The cast is very appealing and it's done in such a way that an adult on in years such as myself can empathize with the plight of a 14 year old girl just lost in the shuffle over these babies.

Kimberly J. Brown really makes the film, she's a nice normal 14 year old girl just looking to make her niche in the world and she hasn't quite found the thing that moves her. She comes from a pair of normal parents who if anything are a pair of overachievers. Daniel Roebuck and Elizabeth Moorehead want what's best for their daughter, but their vision of what's best clouds the view.

They've got their financial problems and of course with five extra mouths to feed, they seem to multiply. But when media consultant Vince Corazza appears on the scene with all kinds of moneymaking ideas for the Quints, the future is bright.

The problem is that young Ms. Brown is finally finding herself under the tutelage of a caring art teacher James Kalls. This does lead to a family crisis of sorts.

Of course it all is resolved in good Disney fashion. But the film itself is charming. I liked the performances of Roebuck and Moorehead as the decent parents whose heads get a bit turned by the prospect of all that money to be made in exploiting the Quints. And there is a very portrayal of Don Knotts as the state governor who doesn't like to miss his photo opportunities.

All in all a very nice family film from the Disney Studios.


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