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Anyone expecting this to be even remotely "cute" or have any substance even close to the originals will be sorely disappointed! The plot was so thin and non-existent you could fit it on the head of a pin. 2 hours of my life I will never get back. The only redeeming quality of this movie is if you like seeing all the original cast members. Assuming they even read the script beforehand I'm shocked they were even able to get all the original cast together for this sub-par waste of airtime. What a joke of a movie compared to the previous ones. There are no real notable moments in this movie and the first hour could have literally been deleted as watching paint dry would be more exciting. In fact nothing of any substance at all happens until the last 15min. or so. At least even the worst of made-for-TV movies are "cute" on some level.
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