Combining live-action and CGI animation, this groundbreaking action/comedy follows the adventures of thirteen-year-old Mark Hollander (Played by British actor Tom Wansey). Newly arrived in ... See full summary »
The story of a 14 year old girl named Sadie Hawthorne, a bright girl who is very interested in nature and the behaviors of animals. Reaching beyond the limits of studying animals, she attempts to analyze humans.
To make her once popular parents believe she fits in, a desperate young girl creates a fictional world for her parents' benefit. When her parents go away for the weekend, the house gets trashed during the biggest house party of the year.
Tony Twist and his three children - thirteen year old twins Pete and Linda and nine year old Bronson - move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian Coast. They soon discover that the ... See full summary »
ABC Family's one-hour show THE ZACK FILES works as a sci-fi thriller whose aim is for kids too old for material such as GOOSEBUMPS, but too young for violent and adult-oriented programs like THE X-FILES. I'm an 18-year old guy, and in my case, I'm in the gray zone, aren't I? Anyway, I found THE ZACK FILES to be quite an interesting show. Though at first I thought "Terrific, here's another kid show disguised as science fiction." But as soon as I began watching more episodes, I soon found myself a bit hooked. The most interesting aspect I consider about THE ZACK FILES are the cleverly plotted, if not totally logical, storylines. 3 kids by the names of Cam, Spense, and Zack encounter
strange happenings that spit at the face of reality, and somehow, the trio manages to fix up whatever the occurences have messed! The
acting by the stars are good, especially by Robert Clarke, aka Zack. Upon first watching this show, I couldn't help but think that Clarke seemed like a Frankie Muniz-wannabe, but he pretty much held on his own as Zack Greenberg.
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