The whole family are going to Norway on a week's ski vacation. However, the father of the family breaks his leg and the mother feels she cannot go with all the seven children alone, not ...
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Mads Bugge Andersen,
The whole family are going to Norway on a week's ski vacation. However, the father of the family breaks his leg and the mother feels she cannot go with all the seven children alone, not with the newborn twins needing so much attention and all. Therefore, her brother Erik is asked to go with the children, which he does. When arriving at the hotel, the kids find out that their arch nemesis, Mrs. Flinth, also has come there. Will their vacation be completely spoiled or will they find a way to get at her this time too?Written by
Anders E Lundin
There are not many movies that needed sequels. Just a few of them were made worth watching. There are extremely few movies that needed remakes and even less of them justified their appearance.
This movie is a sequel of a remake... What more should be said? Yes, you can leave your kids alone watching it. If your leg is broken you can watch it with them (I see no other good reason but being unable to move with remote broken). The trouble is that in this sequel teenagers seem to be more highlighted, so it may be less interesting for youngsters. But you'll need armed guards to keep 21st-century-teenagers watch till the end of this movie.
So who is the target audience? I have no idea. Uncles maybe. I was a kid, a teenager, an adult, a parent, but never an uncle. If I were, maybe...
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