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This film is about Mary-Kate and Ashley turning sixteen years old and going on a road trip without parents. They are headed to Utah for the Olympics and arrive late. There are also scenes ... See full summary »
Billy Aaron Brown
It's an action adventure/adventure comedy. They play estranged twins with very opposite personalities. Lizzie is very focused and driven, while Shane is more relaxed, but concerned about ... See full summary »
On Halloween night, two precocious little girls try to save their parents from the greedy clutches of their nasty old Capitalist aunt. Magic abounds and they meet new albeit strange friends along the way.
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Troian Bellisario was friends with the Olsen twins in real life. See more »
When Max is having his breakfast from a bowl at the beginning of the movie, the camera is close and the bowl is high, the camera pans out and the bowl is suddenly low, yet when the camera does a close up again, the bowl is high again. He didn't have time to put it back up or get it to the right height. See more »
[noticing the billboard plan worked]
Cool to the Max!
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As with "Our Lips Are Sealed," I found this to be one of the better Olsen movies. The sets are beautiful; then again, Southern California is usually beautiful. Some of the acting is a little cheesy, especially on the character Nigel's part; this is inevitable in most children's movies, however. Overall, this movie is cute and harmless fun with a semi-unique storyline to boot. I give it a 10 in the field of Olsen movies, because I feel that it can't be rated against mainstream blockbusters such as "Crash" or "Braveheart." I would definitely recommend this movie if you're looking for a good family movie that adults and children can tolerate and enjoy.
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