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I really liked this movie....until the end. The acting seemed fake in the end...especially Grandma Nell. I thought the beginning was good, but then it got predictable. I mean, you knew the kids were only going to hear the bad stuff, and Oliver was going to believe Michael and Cassandra and not Jenny. I thought the first one was better because I always wanted to see it, and this one, I don't really want to. From the previews, I thought it would be good, but it really wasn't. Overall, I'd give it a 3.
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