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Jennifer Love Hewitt,
Michael is a 'guardian angel' who appears when children need an invisible ('imaginary') friend until the birthday after his help worked. His charge from ages 5 to 10, would be-author Jane ... See full summary »
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Andrew W. Walker,
Two teenagers become stranded on a tropical island, after a boating accident whilst on their high school trip to Trinidad. As Dean McMullen, a lonely slacker in high school, and Emmaline Robinson, a perfect student, explore and learn about each other, they also learn about themselves. Written by
from an old book. an adaptation for XXI century of a romantic story. another part, with same ingredients. game with common pieces. nothing original. same teenagers, same isle, only end is little different. it is not a bad film. it can be almost nice. but the empty presence of Christopher Atkins, the unrealistic solutions, the place of film as another movie about teenagers, the beauty of nature as essence, the not inspired option for Trinidad , the ambition to create something interesting, the performance as convention, all are arguments for not great enthusiasm. sure, Blue Lagoon has its fans. but a small circle is not entire public. verdict - an exercise and a dusty theme.
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