After committing check fraud, Preston Waters begins to live out his 12 year old fantasies by spending a million dollars in six days. But when it came to being an adult, he quickly realized that he didn't quite fit the bill. Miguel Ferrer and Brian Bonsall star in this 1994 kid classic that will leave you asking the question "why didn't this kid get grounded?"
The amusement park is Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, Texas. See more »
Near the end of the movie Quigley learns that Preston has spent the entire $1 million dollars. But yet the check Preston cashes in reads August 9, 1993. This is a Monday. Later, Shay visits and asks about if Macintosh is available. Preston asks what day it is, and she replies Wednesday. Preston says no, but says he is. They go out that night and later Preston says that Friday there's gonna be a big party and Macintosh will be there. After the big party, that takes place on Friday the trio catch Preston and Quigley goes, "How could you spend $1 million in just 6 days." There is no way that 6 days could have elapsed during this time span. Only 4 days have elapsed. See more »
Your cynical, money-grubbing children will LOVE it!
Don't waste your kids' time with movies about dreams, building relationships with family, overcoming life's obstacles with the help of best friends, or how they can improve themselves through scholarship or sport!
Instead, show your little future corporate CEO or CFO this film and teach them the important values of:
* how fun it is to have valuable toys and possessions, including a go-kart track in the back yard, and your own personal waterslide!
* how money gets people to do anything you want!
* how stealing money's OK, as long as it's from the bad guys!
* a fool and his gold are soon parted (and you don't want to lose your money, do you?)
* be wary of gold digging women!
* you CAN get away with it by lying!
An official selection at the Future Corporate Leaders Film Festival, this movie will be one your kids will always cherish.
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