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Fun Size -- Victoria Justice stars as Wren, a whip smart girl whose plans to attend the high school event of the year go awry when she gets stuck babysitting her brother. When he disappears, Wren and her friends must set out to find him before her mom discovers he is missing. Together, they are in for a night of hilarious adventure!
Fun Size -- Wren's plan to attend a huge Halloween party thrown by the guy she likes goes awry when she's put in charge of her oddball little brother, who quickly wanders off on his own.
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Wren's Halloween plans go awry when she's made to babysit her brother, who disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. With her best friend and two nerds at her side, she needs to find her brother before her mom finds out he's missing. | Add synopsis »
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Victoria Justice ... Wren

Jackson Nicoll ... Albert

Chelsea Handler ... Joy

Josh Pence ... Keevin

Jane Levy ... April

Thomas Mann ... Roosevelt

Thomas McDonell ... Aaron Riley

Carrie Clifford ... Pumpkin Mom

Barry Livingston ... Halloween Dad

Ele Bardha ... Mariposa Dad

Osric Chau ... Peng

Zamani Munashe ... Spider Girl
Bobby Thomas ... Old Spider Man
James Pumphrey ... Brueder

Thomas Middleditch ... Fuzzy
Dean Ogle ... Tween
Manny Liotta ... Tween

Amiri Zaire ... Tween

Kerri Kenney ... Barb (as Kerri Kenney-Silver)

Ana Gasteyer ... Jackie

Abby Elliott ... Lara
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo ... Mr. Mahani (Samoan Man)
Lori Pelenise Tuisano ... Mrs. Mahani (Samoan Woman)

Patrick de Ledebur ... Mike Puglio

Stefan Gatt ... Hulk

Sara Lindsey ... Sexy Nurse

Riki Lindhome ... Galaxy Scout

Erin Scerbak ... Andrea (Drive Thru Girl)

Gabrielle McClinton ... Galaxy Scout Friend
Jeremy Isaiah Earl ... Officer Savage (as Jeremy Earl)

Rachel Sterling ... Kassi

Holmes Osborne ... Mr. Brueder
Annie Fitzpatrick ... Mrs. Brueder
Nicholas Varricchio ... Jonathan (Mad Hatter) (as Nick Varricchio)
Maria Perossa ... Hailey (Pirate Wench)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Steven Andrews ... SNL Timberlake Guy (uncredited)
Joel Anger ... Bar Patron in James Dean Costume (uncredited)
Erinn Bakun ... Sexy Card Dealer (uncredited)
Meghan Bakun ... Sexy Sailor (uncredited)
Robbie Barnes ... Pink Lady (uncredited)

Jason Botsford ... Beer Keg (uncredited)

Christina Cacic ... Dancer (uncredited)

Barrett Carnahan ... Student (uncredited)

Kyle Carthens ... Baseball Player (uncredited)

Caitlyn Case ... Trick or Treating Witch (uncredited)
Jennifer Ann Davies ... Cowgirl (uncredited)

Meredith Eaton ... (voice) (uncredited)

Nathan Elias ... Super Hero (uncredited)
Todd Emmett ... Cop #3 (uncredited)

Kim Evans ... Ballerina (uncredited)
Paris Fellows ... Mariachi Man (uncredited)

Diana Gumarova ... Dorothy Girl (uncredited)
Jessica Heidenreich ... Pirate Wench (uncredited)
Jake Heineke ... Coconut Bro #1 (uncredited)

Sherry Hudak ... Little Bo Peep (uncredited)
Alison Kamis ... Student (uncredited)
Alex Keener ... Bro Alien (uncredited)

Andrew Knode ... Night Club Patron (uncredited)

Johnny Knoxville ... Jörgen (uncredited)
Mike Kolovich ... Annoyed Driver (uncredited)
Cole Kornell ... Werewolf (uncredited)
Brandon Landers ... Buddy D (uncredited)

Annette Lawless ... Mean Girl (uncredited)
Mariana Lessa ... Lica (uncredited)

Gregg Lopez ... Wren's Dad (uncredited)
Mark Mackaye ... Goth kid (uncredited)

Nick Marcucci ... Blues Brother (uncredited)
Melissa Martel ... Pink Lady (uncredited)

Courtney Mclaughlin ... Scream Girl #2 (uncredited)

Wayne Mesker ... Costume Shop Extra (uncredited)

Shawn Michelle ... Convenient Store Worker (uncredited)
Scott T. Morrison ... Trick or treater (uncredited)
Jared Moss ... Vending Machine (uncredited)

Jason Patrick ... Hula Skirt Man (uncredited)
Ryan Patrick ... (uncredited)
Brianna Grace Reagh ... Strip Poker Player (uncredited)
Trisha Reed ... Democrat Donkey (uncredited)
Allison Rowe ... Irongirl (uncredited)

David Sanborn ... Gangster (uncredited)

Stefanie Satchik ... Sexy Police Woman (uncredited)
Bianca Seulean ... Student (uncredited)
Jessica Shay ... Extra (uncredited)

Deanna Sherman ... Queen of Hearts (uncredited)
Morgane Slemp ... Melinda (uncredited)
Damon M. Smith ... Girl Scout (uncredited)
Kelly Tapager ... Princess (uncredited)
Allison Weissman ... Mackenzie (uncredited)
Aidan Patrick Wilson ... Extra (uncredited)
Shawna Wolf ... Beauty Queen (uncredited)
Alissa Worley ... Costumed Girl (uncredited)
Seth Worley ... Costumed Boy (uncredited)

Krista Marie Yu ... Jordan (uncredited)

Directed by
Josh Schwartz 
Writing credits
Max Werner (written by)

Produced by
Michael Beugg .... executive producer
Bard Dorros .... producer
Steve Golin .... executive producer
Paul Green .... executive producer
David Kanter .... producer
Samson Mucke .... associate producer
Lisbeth Rowinski .... co-producer (as Lis Rowinski)
Stephanie Savage .... producer
Josh Schwartz .... producer
Original Music by
Deborah Lurie 
Cinematography by
Yaron Orbach (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Wendy Greene Bricmont 
Michael L. Sale  (as Mike Sale)
Casting by
Alyssa Weisberg 
Production Design by
Mark White 
Art Direction by
Lauren Fitzsimmons 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer Lukehart 
Costume Design by
Eric Daman 
Makeup Department
Jacquelyn Adamson .... makeup artist
Jodi Byrne .... makeup artist
Liz DuChez .... hair stylist
Holly Eutsay .... makeup artist
Holly Eutsay .... makeup artist (makeup artist)
Katrina Francis .... makeup artist
Jennifer Johnson .... hair department head
Stephen Kelley .... key makeup artist
Leslie Shayne Kohn .... makeup artist
Jon Shroyer .... makeup artist
Sarah Stamp .... key hair stylist
Amy Tagliamonti .... makeup department head
David Greathouse .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Beki Ingram .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Kelly Lane .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Samson Mucke .... unit production manager
Valerie Flueger Veras .... post-production supervisor (as Valerie Flueger)
Betsy Megel .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tami Kumin .... additional second assistant director
Mark Anthony Little .... first assistant director
Jason Roberts .... second assistant director
Nicole Rodgers .... second second assistant director
Scott Rorie .... second assistant director
Art Department
Alexandria Andross .... property master
Sue Brook .... painter
John S. Bukala .... construction gangboss
Todd Clevenger .... stand-by painter
Chris Combs .... on-set dresser
Jeff Crowe .... scenic foreperson
Ciara D'Altorio .... additional props
Michael Davis .... construction coordinator
Brian Demski .... lead mold maker
Kristopher Gifford .... graphic designer
Drew Hittie .... set designer
Bria Kinter .... draftsperson
George McDougal .... propmaker (as George E. McDougal)
David W. Mooney .... set dresser
Terry Myers .... scenic artist
Carmen Navis .... buyer
Ted Nolan .... construction foreman
Lucinda E. Pealer .... scenic foreman
Seth Reed .... additional production designer
Steve Sawhill .... leadman
Wallace R. Symns .... lead greensperson
Keith Weaver .... scenic charge
Donna Williams .... set dresser
George A. Andrews .... set dresser (uncredited)
Paula Collins .... set dressing swing (uncredited)
Tom Luhtala .... props (uncredited)
Brett McKenzie .... art department coordinator: re-shoots (uncredited)
Vanessa O'Kelley .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Brittin Richter .... props (uncredited)
David Rottenberg .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Carrin Welch .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Sound Department
William Cawley .... first assistant sound editor
Scott Curtis .... foley mixer
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York
Craig Dollinger .... boom operator
Judah Getz .... adr mixer
Darin Heinis .... sound editor
Kimberly Ellen Lowe .... adr editor
Steven Morrow .... sound mixer
Terry Rodman .... sound re-recording mixer
Terry Rodman .... supervising sound editor
Ric Schnupp .... adr recordist
Karen Spangenberg .... supervising dialogue editor
Ryan Young .... adr recordist
Marlowe Taylor .... epk sound (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Chad Ball .... special effects technician
Ray Bivins .... special effects supervisor
Robert Kurtzman .... special effects
Dustin Ledford .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Ryan Andersen .... visual effects editorial coordinator: Shade VFX
Adam Blank .... on-set data wrangler
Chris Chappell .... compositor
Jeremy Chinn .... modeler: Rhythm and Hues : uncredited)
Myong Choi .... compositor: Level 256
Bryan Godwin .... visual effects supervisor: Shade VFX
Rachel Faith Hanson .... visual effects coordinator
Harimander Singh Khalsa .... compositing supervisor: Shade VFX
Seth Kleinberg .... visual effects producer
Adam Lima .... digital compositor
Dennis Murillo .... visual effects coordinator: Level 256
John Riddle .... technical director: Shade VFX
Doug Spilatro .... visual effects artist
Shane Strickman .... senior visual effects coordinator: Shade VFX
Nicholas Theisen .... digital imaging specialist
David Van Dyke .... visual effects executive producer: Shade VFX
Anthony Barcelo .... compositor: Shade VFX (uncredited)
Daniel Loiewski .... visual effects production assistant (uncredited)
Andrew Pellicer .... 2D intern: Shade VFX (uncredited)
Ryan J. Quinlan .... compositor (uncredited)
Brett Rutland .... animator: Rhythm and Hues (uncredited)
Samantha Bennett .... special ability
Abby Burr .... stunt double for jane levy
Adam Burr .... special ability
John Burton .... stunt crowd
John Burton .... special ability
Carl Dawson .... stunt double for thomas middleditch
Seth Duhame .... stunts
Tom Dziak .... stunt driver
Tom Dziak .... stunt rigger
Tom Dziak .... stunt safety
Todd Emmett .... stunt performer
Richard Fike .... stunt coordinator
Sara Fike .... stunt driver
Sara Fike .... stunt safety
Stormin Freeley .... stunt safety
Leonard 'Bubba' Geib .... stunt double
John Kloock .... stunt safety
Konner Lashley .... stunt double for thomas mann
Ron Parobek .... stunt safety
Jillian Schuld .... stunt double for victoria justice
Brian Searle .... stunt rigger
David Spencer .... stunt crowd
John Sundquist .... stunt double for johnny knoxville
Tyson Swackhamer .... stunt crowd
Jesse Trefney .... stunt partier
Nicholas Verdi .... stunt double: Osric Chau
Jonathan Yurco .... stunt crowd (uncredited)
Thom Allport .... stunt partier (uncredited)
Callie Croughwell .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Kristopher Lashley .... stunt partier (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Phillip Abeyta .... lamp operator (as Phil Abeyta)
Justin Babin .... rigging key grip
James Babineaux .... chief rigging technician
Jonathan Beck .... camera operator: "c" camera
Kelly R. Borisy .... dolly grip
Tom Cherry .... first assistant camera: "c" camera
Jacob Clegg .... rigging electrician
Charles Crivier .... key grip
James Daly .... film loader
Rick Davidson .... camera operator: "a" camera
Rick Davidson .... steadicam operator
Mike Dittiacur .... rigging grip
Jack English .... gaffer
Spencer Gillis .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
T.J. Hellmuth .... additional camera operator
Kevin Hines .... company grip
Jake Hossfeld .... electrician
David Jarred .... electrician
Dan Jarrell .... company grip
Jimi Johnson .... video assist operator
Jim Leidholdt .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Julie 'Doc' Lindstrom .... additional rigging electric
Scott Lipez .... assistant rigging electrician
Ludovic Littee .... camera operator
Patrick Longman .... aerial cinematographer
David Markey .... electrician
Travis McMunn .... aerial camera technician: Cineflex Camera
Bob Myers .... rigging grip
Keith Nickoson .... grip
Brian Posslenzny .... electrician
Chris Salamone .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Paul Schilens .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Donnie Schneider .... company grip
Scott Schuerger .... electrician
Bryce Shields .... digital video assist operator
Stephen Thorp .... assistant chief lighting technician
Jaimie Trueblood .... still photographer
John Turk .... electrician
John Vinson .... company grip
Jerry Wheat .... electrician
Mike Zorbas .... camera production assistant
Josh Benavidez .... camera production assistant: additional photography (uncredited)
Tom Burnett .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Todd SanSone .... additional first assistant camera: additional photography (uncredited)
Aaron Smith .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Donna M. Belajac .... regional casting
Andy Henry .... casting associate
Jesse Lafferty .... casting assistant
Kevin Mockrin .... casting associate
Amanda L. Preputnik .... casting assistant
Angela Boehm .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Katy Russell .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Laura Zech .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lynne Maureen Curtis .... costume supervisor
Rebecca DeNoewer .... costume assistant
Brittany Griffin .... assistant costume designer
Megan McGilvery .... set costumer
Kirsten Mogg .... set costumer
Carla Shivener .... set costumer
Susan Strubel .... key set costumer
Sarah Schuessler .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Eileen Godoy .... digital intermediate producer
Laura Holeman .... digital intermediate assistant producer
Mikki Levi .... first assistant editor
Nina Lucia .... additional editing
Andre Rivas .... colorist assistant
Jason Sinclair .... post-production assistant
Bruce Goodman .... additional dailies colorist (uncredited)
Natasha Leonnet .... digital intermediate (uncredited)
Anthony Motta .... dailies operator (uncredited)
Eric Norwine .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Jennifer Scudder Trent .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Music Department
Miles Bergsma .... score technical assistant
Kevin McKeever .... music editor
Scott Michael Smith .... score recorded by
Casey Stone .... music mixed by
Casey Stone .... music recorded by
Joe Zimmerman .... music librarian
Paul Koch .... music programmer (uncredited)
Paul Koch .... technical score advisor (uncredited)
Phil McGowan .... score mix assistant (uncredited)
Victor Pesavento .... music preparation (uncredited)
Jasper Randall .... choir conductor (uncredited)
Jasper Randall .... choir contractor (uncredited)
Zack Ryan .... conductor (uncredited)
Linnea Snyder .... music preparation (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Al Burton .... transportation coordinator
Geno Hart .... transportation coordinator: LA
Craig Metzger .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Elizabeth Backup .... assistant to the director
Molly Bannan .... production assistant
Bill Boehme .... art production assistant
Laura Caulfield .... Production Legal
Sarah Clifford .... cat supplier
Sarah Clifford .... fat cat wrangler
Carolyn Corzine .... travel coordinator
Eric Dickinson .... assistant: Mr. Green
Ron Durham .... location manager
Nick Evert .... location production assistant
Nick Evert .... locations production assistant
Heidi Falconer .... unit publicist
S.J. 'JoJo' Fieger .... production coordinator
Riley Flanagan .... locations production assistant
Shannon Fortune .... accounting clerk
Katy Galow .... set production assistant
Christopher Geair .... assistant location manager
Kel Genovese .... production assistant
Sherie Giehtbrock .... second script supervisor
Sarah Goller .... key assistant location manager
David Goodin .... second assistant accountant
Christina Grozik .... production coordinator: aerial unit
Christina Grozik .... production secretary
James Hagedorn .... location assistant
Deborah Harpur .... production resources
Wendall Hinkle .... location scout
Tim Kanieski .... assistant location manager
Mark 'Skip' Keller .... second assistant accountant
John Latenser V .... supervising location manager
Rachel Lax .... first assistant accountant
David Lemoyne .... production assistant
Elizabeth Maxwell .... craft service
Kim McCall .... projection operator
Timothy Muir .... set production assistant
Katlyn Neylon .... production assistant
Elizabeth Nunnally .... production assistant
Greg Pitoniak .... assistant location manager
Sara Nicole Powell .... assistant production coordinator
Carlo Pratto .... production accountant
Matt Preuer .... set medic
Jocelyn Roueiheb .... production assistant
Greg Sabo .... epk dp
Theresa Scott .... accounting clerk
Tracy Scott .... script supervisor
Josh Slates .... assistant location manager
Anthony Snitzer .... production assistant
Cherokee Walker .... helicopter pilot
Amanda Wells .... locations production assistant
Mandi Wells .... production assistant
Chad Witt .... key set production assistant
Becky Woodward .... production assistant
Brittany Margaritis .... production secretary (uncredited)
Carlos Moreno Jr. .... adr actor (uncredited)
Tony Nawrocki .... locations production assistant: additional photography (uncredited)
Garson Yu .... title designer (uncredited)
Andy Schofield .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated PG-13 for crude and suggestive material, partying, and language
86 min
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This film received controversy since its release. Due to the fact that this film was produced by Nickelodeon Movies, which is targeted for a family audience, many viewers, parents, and critics have criticized the film's adult humor, profanity, sexual content, and use of drugs and alcohol, which is not very usual for any Nickelodeon production.See more »
Continuity: Near the end when Wren and Albert are walking to the tombstone, Wren stops and picks some flowers. The flowers are a mixed bunch and the bunch is quite small. In the next shot the flowers are no longer mixed (it is all the same flower) and the size of the bunch is now twice as big.See more »
Wren:Maybe you could do an explaining rap too.
Wren:I'm E.O. Wilson and I'm a scientist, I study ants and stuff if you get the gist, I'm about as cool as a guy can get...
Roosevelt:Think Jason Bourne with a butterfly net.
Wren:Prang mantis, Prang mantis, the turtle, the turtle.
April:Don't do that.
Wren:What? Wha-what?.
Wren:[farts April faces]
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6 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
"Fun Size" - Fun, fun, fun!, 12 May 2013
Author: dee.reid from United States

Now here is one Fun-Sized flick that may get some parents in an uproar: "Fun Size" is an amusing 86-minute distraction from Nickelodeon Productions that's rated "PG-13" and that alone should caution some parents that this teen flick may not be all that appropriate for anyone - obviously - who is under the age of 13.

For a brief 86 minutes, the "PG-13" rating actually means something again.

But I digress. By virtue of the mere fact that it's produced by Nickelodeon, there are some misguided parents who will no doubt take their kids to see it anyway. Hence, the confusion over some irate parents who don't think it's appropriate for their young ones.

I'm 27. I grew up when Nickelodeon was still catering almost exclusively to the entertainment demands of kids (and still had a smidgen of intelligence). Then during the mid-1990s, the channel began a massive face-palming descent into idiocy as it began replacing staples of its animated and live-action programming with idiotic crap. "Doug" and "Rugrats" soon gave way to "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "The Wild Thornberrys."

The channel briefly redeemed itself with the Japanese Anime'-inspired animated fantasy-adventure series "Avatar: The Last Airbender" (and later its follow-up, "The Legend of Korra").

In more recent years, however, Nickelodeon seems to be catering almost exclusively to the demands of teenagers, with shows like "iCarly," "Zoey 101," and "Victorious" ruling the airwaves; I actually really liked "iCarly" and "Victorious" - before Nick unceremoniously canceled them.

And this is how we arrived at this new film from Josh Schwartz - the creator of "The O.C." and "Gossip Girl" who makes his directorial debut here, while working from Max Werner's screenplay. "Fun Size" takes equal bits of classic teen flicks such as "Sixteen Candles" (1984) and "Adventures in Babysitting" (1987). Whipsmart high school geeky nobody Wren (Victoria Justice, of the aforementioned "Victorious") gets invited to a Halloween-night bash headed by the hunky Aaron Riley (Thomas McDonnell), who has a habit of dressing up as the lead character from his favorite movies, in this case Johnny Depp's Capt. Jack Sparrow from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series.

Her plans get sidetracked when her cradle-robbing widowed mother Joy (Chelsea Handler) gets invited to a grown-ups-only Halloween party of her own by her current immature man-boy obsession Keevin (John Pence). This means that Wren must now babysit her eight-year-old younger brother Albert (Jackson Nicoll), who hasn't spoken a single word in almost year, ever since the death of their father. But also like their father, Albert still maintains a strong penchant for crude pranks and general raising hell whenever the opportunity presents itself.

Things get complicated when trick-or-treating during the course of the night, Albert winds up missing (thus becoming the unlikely companion of a slightly miffed convenience store clerk named Fuzzy - played by Thomas Middleditch - on his Halloween-night quest of vengeance against his ex-girlfriend and her new boy-toy) and it's up to Wren, her best friend April (Jane Levy) and two nerdy classmates - Roosevelt (Thomas Mann, of "Project X") and Peng (Osric Chau) - to track him down and get him back home before her mother finds out. The story's central emotional tussle is Wren realizing her mutual attraction to her nerdy, E.O. Wilson-obsessed classmate Roosevelt - who actually understands her lousy jokes about not only biologist E.O. Wilson, but also Ruth Bader Ginsberg - rather than the hunky Aaron Riley.

"Fun Size" offers a nice performance from Victoria Justice as the high-strung, improbably gorgeous nerdy-girl Wren. And Thomas Mann turns in another great Everyman role (as he did in "Project X") as her true love Roosevelt. But of course, it's young Jackson Nicoll who has the most fun as Albert, the Tasmanian Devil eight-year-old kid from hell. "Fun Size" also does manage to produce some genuinely funny moments here & there, although some of these moments may fly over the heads of parents who may be shaking their heads at some of the cruder material. But that's why "Fun Size" is rated "PG-13," in addition to some decidedly rough language in more than a few spots. And then there's comedienne Chelsea Handler's Halloween get-up as a "Hit Me Baby One More Time"-era Britney Spears, attire she wears out of profound grief for the death of her husband.

Lastly, there's also a nice twist near the end of the picture involving, all else, the Beastie Boys, from their "Licensed to Ill" era back in the mid-'80s.

"Fun Size" is 86 minutes of pure fun, fun, fun!


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