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Written and directed by actress Polly Draper (thirtysomething), the film portrays her real life singer-songwriting/musician sons Nat and Alex Wolff and the real life band they established in preschool. Their father and Draper's husband jazz pianist Michael Wolff (The Arsenio Hall Show) portrays their inept according-playing dad and produced and arranged the film's music. Draper and Wolff's friends made cameo appearances, including Ann Curry, Ricki Lake, Tony Shalhoub, Cyndi Lauper, Julianne Moore, Uma Thurman, Arsenio Hall, and the entire cast of TV's thirtysomething (including Draper herself). Written by
It's a great movie. These kids are geniuses! For 9 year old to write
all those songs, great.. Good acting too. I think all these people
dissing and hating need to get a life. It's a kids movie. Its a comedy
and it's just for fun. It's not real. It's just another show on nick.
If you don't like it don't watch it. It's a mockumentary. It's supposed
to be funny. The thing about the 'gay newlyweds', it's just a joke
okay. Calm down. It's a joke movie. Its all for fun. Alex and Nat and
the others are little kids. There parents are the ones responsible for
their behaviors and the content in the movie. Nickleodeon is
responsible for the shows it presents. Stop taking it out on the kids.
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