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Tru Confessions (2002)

TV-G | | Drama, Comedy, Family | TV Movie 5 April 2002
Trudy Walker hated her life. She thought it was totally messed up until she found out about a contest that could change everything..

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Bob Walker
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Denise
Kevin Duhaney ...
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Billy Meyer
Craig Eldridge ...
Mr. Taylor
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Dr. Dean Cutler
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Kelly Bodanis ...
Ms. Willow
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Trudy 'Tru' Walker thought she had the worst life ever and having a father who was always working, a mother who never took her side, and a mentally challenged brother didn't help. But when Tru gets a chance to follow her dream and star in a TV Show, she finds out what it really means to be a family. Written by Chris Kelley <kitagawa_kenta@hotmail.com>

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Mare Winningham or "Ginny" 's husband in the movie is a neuro surgeon and Mare guest starred on the ABC hit "Grey's Anatomy" as the main characters step mom and her step daughter was married to a neuro surgeon. See more »

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Sometimes, when Tru says WTUV, her lips say KTUV. See more »

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Ginny: It's okay, everybody makes mistakes.
Eddie: Except for God, right, Mom? If God made mistakes, the world would look like a kid did it.
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Take My Hand
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Disney, did you actually try on this one? GREAT JOB!
12 January 2003 | by (Warner Robins, GA) – See all my reviews

Disney movies are always cute, but not good. I enjoy Disney, all the shows, especially Even Stevens. The Reason, Mr. Shia LaBeouf. On Even Stevens your trying desperately not to laugh, but when he hits the screen, you do. However, on Tru Confessions you don't laugh very much, there's more sadness coming from Mr. Shia LaBeouf. Disney really worked hard on this movie, and it shows! The movie is so believable, you'll wonder, "how does this kid stay in character?" So, do I recommend this movie? YES! It easily receives 8/10 stars.


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