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Opposite Day (2009)

G | | Comedy, Family | October 2009 (USA)
The world goes backwards on Opposite Day. The kids become adults, and the adults become kids.

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The world goes backwards on Opposite Day. The kids become adults, and the adults become kids.

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If you thought Friday was freaky get ready for... Opposite Day

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Ariel Winter and Rico Rodrigues both appear on Modern Family together. See more »

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Sammy is handcuffed when placed inside the mistifier, but a few seconds later is shown banging on the walls with both hands. Seconds later he is handcuffed again and jumping up and down. See more »

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When I Rule The World
Written by Shirley Nash, Daniel Sembello
Performed by Ashley Argota
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Family fun
14 February 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is a family movie of the better kind.

It have good entertainment for kids and adults alike. The story of the movie is good and interesting, especially for the kids. The movie contains it all; action, humor, drama, family values.

For a family/children's movie, there is a good solid story to the movie, and I am sure it will keep children entertained from the very start till the very end.

I especially loved the way the contents of his malt (or milkshake, or whatever it was) kept changing as the camera angles changed. Sometimes the glass was full, other times some was gone. That was cool. Got to love continuity errors like that.

But back to the movie, it provides a good, whole entertaining experience for families getting together in front of the TV. The cast was good for the movie, and the children were actually doing a really good job in their roles. So if you want to entertain your children with a movie, this would be a good choice.


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