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The Wilde Girls (2001)

A young girl hopes to follow in her famous singer mother's footsteps, but her mother fears the negative effect fame could have on her daughter's life.

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Del Shores

Writer:

Del Shores
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Olivia Newton-John ... Jasmine Wilde
Chloe Lattanzi ... Izzy Wilde (as Chloe Rose)
Swoosie Kurtz ... Sierra Lambert
Robert Lewis Stephenson Robert Lewis Stephenson ... Dan Vito
Jerome Ehlers Jerome Ehlers ... Toby
Robert Farnham ... Todd (as Rob Farnham)
Francine Bell ... Amanda Murphy
Marcus Eyre Marcus Eyre ... Big Lou
Denver Crabtree Denver Crabtree ... Little Lou
Regis Broadway Regis Broadway ... Cord
Amanda Lebon Amanda Lebon ... Samantha
Remi Broadway Remi Broadway ... Bobby McAllister
Ronen Stoliar Ronen Stoliar ... John
Dana Stoliar Dana Stoliar ... Jackie
Lucas Stibbard Lucas Stibbard ... Jason
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Storyline

Izzy Wilde a 14 year old girl has the dream of being a singer. Her mom Jasmine Wilde who knows what it was like being in the spotlight doesn't want her child to experience the down sides of stardom. At school talent show Izzy was discovered by a producer from Hollywood who was there to get footage of Jasmine performing her hit song for his TV show. Now jasmine has to decide whether or not to let Izzy take the opportunity and go to Hollywood to record an album. Written by Angelica Molligi

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Drama

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Rated PG for language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 November 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Caminho da Fama See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trust Yourself
Written and Performed by Olivia Newton-John
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One word..AWFUL!
17 November 2001 | by =G=See all my reviews

"The Wilde Girls" is about a single mom (ONJ), vet, and ex-singer with a talented 14 year old daughter (Lattanzi) and the daughter's long estranged father (Ehlers) and a kookie friend (Kurtz) and reconciliation and forgiveness and...and...and stuff. A kind of wholesome and sentimental flick with some pretty good singing and some pretty awful acting and direction and a really corny story. It's pretty difficult to pick apart a film which has ONJ singing with her kid or singing to puppies but this is, by cinematic standards, pretty awful stuff. Recommended for teen females and their moms.


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