Me, Eloise

Eloise Goes to Hollywood (1 Jan. 2007)

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Eloise makes a trip to Hollywood with visions of becoming a movie star. She will quickly discover stardom is not all it's cracked up to be and Tinseltown is mot as bright as she has dreamed.

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Eloise makes a trip to Hollywood with visions of becoming a movie star. She will quickly discover stardom is not all it's cracked up to be and Tinseltown is mot as bright as she has dreamed.

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Better to pick if you're curious, but teenagers over 13 will not likely appreciate this
8 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

Kids will likely get a kick out of Eloise but teenagers would likely be disappointed. In this one, she goes to Hollywood after her mother has suggested her to be an actress. She goes to meet Debbie Lincoln, a girl that we think we'd like until she begins to disrespect the actors and the director and then she apologizes. Tiring the director out, he decides to replace her with Eloise. At first, she was doing fine until Diego became overly strict with her as she was acting the role, I'm sure he was trying to make the best movie possible but he's still too strict for a kid to have.

There are some obvious dialogue from Mr. Monty where he goes "There's no way out" what? If someone doesn't want to be an actress, just let her go! "I'm not surprised, it's not for everyone" we know that! There is no good lessons to be found here. This little girl gets on my nerves with her bad behaviors and is literally going to get kids to act the way she does with her overly big imagination since kids are going to think it's so fun, it's annoying.

The episode is cloying. "You'd better limp, just in case anyone sees you" Wow, this Mr. Monty is a very bad character. He tries to deceive people into thinking that Eloise is not okay as she walks into the premiere.

Just pick something else, it's fun, but not fun enough that the teenagers will turn it off and want to watch something different.


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