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Entertaining movie... if there isn't anything more in the TV.
This movie, if not memorable, offers a bit of entertainment at least.
Two skater kids want to go to a big competition, Mega Dega, but they must evade their strict teenage nanny while his parents are away from home. Hilarity ensues.
The tone of this comedy is very much like a cartoon. I can say it's like a live action version of an episode of a Butch Hartman's show (ala Fairly Oddparents) starred by a pair of brothers reminiscent of the Sprouse twins. Actually there is some scenes animated.
You will find some known faces here, like Ariel Winter or Janet Varney, and even a cameo by the band Metrostation, but Lindsay Shaw (Moze in "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide") get the best part as the neurotic nanny.
Not bad, not great. Nice for a delayed game's afternoon.
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