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Anna Mae Wills
While I feel the original Harriet the Spy tops this remake. I do think this was an enjoyable made for television movie. Not totally cringe worthy and some good moments for Miss Stone, who I believe is one of the better teen actors today.
She keeps her performance real, and while the story is not anything new, it's entertaining and fun for teen/tween girls.
Disney seems to be lacking in new and fresh entertainment. I would like to see something original and fresh from the people who work for the mouse in the near future. Bring back some of the original Disney Channel movies that the whole family could enjoy together.
My daughters enjoyed this movie and are fans of Miss Stone, so I gave it a five out of ten on their behalf.
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