Ramona Quimby, is a grade-school student with a big imagination. So big, in fact, that she often clashes with her no-nonsense teacher Mrs. Meacham. When Ramona's upbeat dad Robert loses his job, the family - including her teenage sister, Beezus, and their practical-minded mother - must make major adjustments, like dad learning how to run the house. Ramona dreams up various plans to make money so that she can save their house, but because everybody in the family seems too preoccupied to help her with her own worries, she turns to the one person who always has time for her, Aunt Bea. But even Aunt Bea is distracted these days because of her ex-boyfriend - and Quimby family next-door neighbour - Hobart
Lesley M. Sweeting
A Little Sister Goes A Long Way.
23 July 2010 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $7,810,481,
25 July 2010
Gross USA: $26,167,002
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $27,293,743
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
and Bridget Moynahan
both appeared in the HBO series Sex and the City
(1998), where Corbett plays Carrie Bradshaw's boyfriend Aidan and Moynahan plays Bradshaw's ex-boyfriend, Mr. Big's wife, Natasha.
They were also in the 2001 film Serendipity
(2001), each playing the supporting fiancée roles to the leading themed serendipitous roles. See more
When Ramona and Susan are talking in the music room, Ramona's top button goes from done to undone and back and forth a few more times. By the end of the conversation it has been undone for a few shots in a row, but when she gets up and goes to the window it is done again. See more
My name is Ramona Q. I'm nine and three months, and no matter what my sister Beezus tells you: I'm not a pest. My dad says I just having overactive imagination, which does come in handy. It makes the fun parts funner and the scary parts scarier. And frankly, it's good to scare yourself once in a while. Because if you can't be brave at recess, how can you do it what it really counts?
Other than the film's name, there are no opening credits. See more
Picking Me Up
Written by Nini Camps
and McGowan Southworth
(as McGowan Markey Southworth)
Performed by The Seventeens
Courtesy of Cherry Lane Music See more