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Standing Ovation (2010)

PG | | Musical | 16 July 2010 (USA)
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About a group of friends competing in a national tween music video contest. Enter a world of hilarious adventures, original songs and never before seen dance routines. You will be left believing in the power of childhood dreams.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Devon Jordan ...
Ashley Cutrona ...
Erika Corvette ...
London Clark ...
Brooke Feldman ...
Robert Fattori ...
Kayla Jackson ...
P. Brendan Mulvey ...
Mr. O'Brien 'Gramps'
Kayla Raparelli ...
Najee Wilson ...
Pilar Martin ...
Alexis Biesiada ...
Anthony Carney ...
Mr. Gaines
Sal Dupree ...
Mr. Wiggs


Five street-smart Tweens enter a music video contest against their rivals in hopes of winning 1 million dollars and a record deal. They find themselves in outrageous misadventures along the way, and, as a team, they show the world what they've got. Meanwhile, local tough-girl finds justice for her cheated father through unconventional methods. Written by Abe Smith

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Dance - Sing - Dream See more »



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some rude behavior | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

16 July 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Piccoli talenti  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$343,125 (USA) (16 July 2010)


$531,806 (USA) (23 July 2010)

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Worst Movie Ever!
8 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The other day my family and I sat down and looked through the movie available to watch on Netflix and we saw this on the list. We had seen the trailers a year ago and knew this was going to be terrible so we decided to watch it and be critical about it, and boy was that easy. The movie features girls roughly the age of 9 that can apparently drive. They dress up like they are 17 and shake their bodies, but what is there to shake they are either really skinny or really fat and they don't have bodies. The movie is over clichéd with the classic follow your dreams story. The acting is terrible even for a kids movie. The singing is bad and what makes it worse is that they can't even lip sync good. And the plot is full of holes, ex. a little girl and her dad talk in the snow and then the next day she's on the beach making a music video as people play in the sun and surf (???). I would give this movie a zero but you can't so I had to give it a one. Take my advice, only watch this movie if you want a laugh and I'm not talking about the annoying jokes they tell throughout the movie.

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