In this Clubhouse Detectives flick four kids stumble upon a plot to kidnap a lost princess hidden in their very town. They start investigating all of the girls in school to find out which ...
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From the director of "Clubhouse Detectives" comes Boathouse Detectives where four unlikely heroes go on an extraordinary mission with a ticking deadline, dead ends, false leads, mistaken ... See full summary »
When 4 friends attend a birthday party they find a stolen painting which sends them on chase to find out who the real burgulars are and where the next hit will be. Will they be able to find the real burgulars and solve the case? Find out!
In this Clubhouse Detectives flick four kids stumble upon a plot to kidnap a lost princess hidden in their very town. They start investigating all of the girls in school to find out which girl is the lost princess so they can protect her from the villain who is out to make her disappear. Will they find the princess in time? Written by
I'm probably a good decade older than the target audience but found this film a good way to spend a cold, rainy afternoon (of which there are many of where I live!).
In this film, four nine-year-old kids are searching for a princess destined to succeed her sick grandfather and they must find her before a rival family take the throne. The children are cute and talented without being your typical sickly sweet American brat, and the plot is simple but enjoyable. What worked best is that there are no special gadgets or kids displaying out-of-this-world talent, it's revolves around average kids using their own brains to enjoy their adventure. The film will never win any major Hollywood award but it's cute and entertaining enough if there is nothing else to watch and you want to keep the kiddiewinkles occupied.
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