Two sisters on the cusp of adulthood, Elle and Joy, spend a final week before embarking on their next music tour visiting friends and preparing for the going away party they intend to host.... See full summary »
Jacquie and Sara were best friends forever. They shared everything, including the same birthday, which they always celebrated together. This year, however, after a huge falling out the two teens wind up competing against each other to see who can have the better and more extravagant sweet 16 birthday party.Written by
This was Paula DeAnda's movie film debut, in an university interview she said this would later help her dabble into acting more since her breakout into acting was pleasing. She also makes a reference to Clive Davis in this film, he is responsible for her career. She was intended to make an official music video for the movie as she was the main star. See more »
[Shannon walks into the room, filming Taylor, as she turns around to see him, and storms up]
TURN THAT DAMN THING OFF!
[snatches the camera from his hands, and throws it on the coffee table]
[throws his hands up in defence]
If you do ANYTHING to ruin my party, I will make your life a living Hell!
[grabs his wrists and pulls him closer, while taking a step closer, and letting go]
I-I knew it!
[beams with victory, yet ashamed of his sister]
What's your problem, loser?
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well I too was forced to watch this pathetic waste of a movie, Aly and AJ played convincing roles as did Cassie Steele (better known for her role as Manny Santos on the Smash Canadian Hit TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation) but all in all the movie was more or less like a really long, extremely fake episode of My Super Sweet 16. this movie is almost as bad as every other MTV Presents movies... including that one MTV endorsed American Pie movie... unless you really like chick flicks this movie isn't one for the family. or a movie you'd go out on a date to watch for that matter. you'd be much better off spending the money on the new Indiana Jones movie then this waste of time, talent and not to mention Hollywood tax dollars.. personally i feel bad for Cassie Steele... due to the fact that she's the only really acting talent in this movie and she gets such a small unnoticeable role
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