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My Horrible Year! (2001)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama | TV Movie 4 July 2001
A teenage girl plots to keep her parents' marriage together, erroneously thinking they're considering divorce.

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Belinda Faulkner
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Nicola 'Nik' Faulkner
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'Babyface' Hamilton
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Eugene 'Mouse' Donovan
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Zack Bomback
Jack Duffy ...
Mr. Birdwell
Francesca Scorsone ...
Edwina Funkhouser
Brian Heighton ...
Donald Faulkner
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Himself
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Slow Moving Nun
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Wrestling Store Employee
Sandi Stahlbrand ...
Female Reporter
Mary Wall ...
Sarah Jane
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Uncle Charlie
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Aunt Marion
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After her favorite uncle passes away, fifteen year old Nik feels herself trapped in the world of braces, babysitting, crushes, and suburban life until she overhears a conversation between her parents. Now Nik is convinced that her father is having an affair with her widowed aunt and that her parents are going to announce a divorce on her sixteenth birthday. Despite the reassurances from her non-conformist friends, Babyface and Mouse, that divorce is not the end of the world, Nik will try anything to keep her parents together. Written by Max Vaughn

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated PG-13 for language | See all certifications »
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4 July 2001 (USA)  »

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Annus Horribilis  »

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Nik Faulkner: Procrastination is way under rated.
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Good Movie
27 June 2002 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

Free and easy film that is great for all ages. A cross between Wonder Years and Princess Diaries but lacks cynicism. Teenagers are real people as well as everyone else in this film. The film does not mistake realism for darkness, sleaze and rudeness. It ultimately respects the characters but is still light and creates a smile.


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