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Wanna build a sandcastle?
I got a better idea.
[Jeffrey is buried in the sand; all that is left is his head]
But I'm never going to get out of here.
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I was at a birthday party for a friends daughter and she and her little friends insisted on watching this. I have hated the Olsen twins since I was a kid and the little frog-eyed brats were on Full House, so I didn't think this movie would surprise me any. I was right. These girls are so in love with themselves, it's pathetic. You can never forget you're watching a movie because these girls obviously can't forget there's a camera on them. Every word or gesture is so trite and cute you'll be barfing before the first ten minutes is up. Well, anyway, the twins play...twins, on vacation with their idiotic, over-indulgent parents. They meet some guys. Some snotty girl is snotty to them. They look wide-eyed and bat their lashes. They wear clothes that are way too revealing for fifteen-year-old girls. They get caught doing wrong and sweet talk their way out of it. They bore you to death with this crap. You WILL not finish this movie if you're over age 12, because you will be too busy sleeping before it's halfway finished. Just my opinion. Bye.
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