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Brandon Jay McLaren
Well, at least my cousins finished off with a bang, we finished with the worst of the Beethoven films. The reason why this film was so bad, was because this was an unnecessary sequel, it just seemed like even though 99% of the cast from the other sequels chose wisely not to appear in this film, they decided to come up with a stupid story anyways and just deal with what they had. This was a movie that couldn't decide to go more towards the adults or the kids.
Sara has been left behind for some reason by her family to stay with her uncle. Beethoven also happens to be with her and they are in a town called Quicksilver where there are tales of ghosts. When Sara is given a ten dollar bill that Beethoven has found, she is accused of having fake money, but then finds out from the sheriff that the money she has is very old and is worth tons, now everyone in the town wants Beethoven to sniff the money out for them.
Beethoven's 5th is a very poor excuse for a family film, it just seemed like they were looking for any kind of an excuse to make another Beethoven film. I'm sorry, but Beethoven was was over at the second sequel, stick with the original and the second, that's it. Beethoven at the time was original and a fun family film, but now the sequels are just silly.
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