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Quints (2000)

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

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Cast

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Jamie Grover
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Jim Grover (as Dan Roebuck)
Elizabeth Morehead ...
Nancy Grover
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Zoe
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Brad
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Albert (as Vincent Corazza)
Cole Corcoran ...
Adam Grover
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Fiona
Dan Duran ...
Reporter
Erica Ellis ...
Hysterical Bridesmaid
Jill Ann Goldhand ...
Woman in Waiting Room
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Mr. Blackmer
B.J. McQueen ...
Biker
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Cameraman
Jesse Ray Brooks ...
Commercial Kid
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Storyline

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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18 August 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Hermanos a mogollón  »

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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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Jim Grover: It's quints.
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One of the worst movies I've ever seen...
15 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hate saying anything negative, but I just have to warn everybody about how awful this movie is. I could not stop watching it because i kept on wondering if it was all some big joke or something. The movie did have an OK idea behind it. If it had been made differently it could have been better. The main character, Kimberly J. Brown, gets so annoying throughout the movie that you will want to throw your television out of the window. She does a HORRABLE job narrating, and her character keeps on tricking you about what happens then will go back and say "i was just kidding, that isn't what really happened." I think one major thing that turned me off about this movie is the fact that the main character will constantly talk to you, the viewer. It makes it seem like i am watching one of those toddler shows where they ask you questions and wait for you to answer. In fact that is just what she does. It is too bad that Disney wasted its money on this movie. The acting in this movie feels like a cheep high school play. Hopefully you wont waste your time watching it. I gave it a vote of 1 for awful, but it deserves a zero.


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