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The Ghost Club (2003)

PG | | Family | 7 July 2003 (USA)

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(as Ralph Portillo)

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(screenplay) (as David Ciesielski)
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Carrie (as Brittany Robertson)
Clayton Griffin ...
Chris
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Natalie
Derek Thompson ...
Jesse
Michele Ashton ...
Karen Malone
Dottie Snow ...
Grandma Lenny
Perry Simpson ...
John Practer
Chase Carpenter ...
Calvin
Willis Crain ...
Gus
David Polinsky ...
Mr. Weeks
Alexandrea Hairston ...
Alex
Tyler Kreutzer ...
Ricky
Victor E. Werany ...
Agent Smith
Fred Carrico ...
Bank Manager
Sonya Coogan ...
Carolyn
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Rated PG for some mild language | See all certifications »

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worst acting ever
30 January 2004 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

i have seen this movie and really sucks big time, not only the child acting also the adults are so fake that u can't imagine. Not even good for kids, maybe up to 4 year old. The plot, the story, the script, the acting OMG i can't believe. This doesn't rate even for Z category.


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