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Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer (2011)

PG | | Comedy, Family | 10 June 2011 (USA)
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Third grader Judy Moody sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dad (as Kristoffer Winters)
Jessica Finch
Rocky's Mom
Doug MacMillan ...
Trey-Paul Nevreby
Animated Reporter / Town Hall Official


Third grader Judy Moody sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life.

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Supermegatotally thrilladelic


Comedy | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild rude humor and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

10 June 2011 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Judi no Natsuyasumi Daisakusen  »

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Box Office


$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$6,076,859, 12 June 2011, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$15,000,994, 14 August 2011
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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The animation in Judy's imagination is both claymation and stop-motion. See more »


When Judy tells Opal that she hasn't got any thrill points,the dogs chase Bigfoot outside. She spots Bigfoot running and she runs to the window. Bigfoot runs past the window again. See more »


Judy Moody: Can't, I'm busy on Tuesdays... from now, until always.
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Spoofs Bride of Frankenstein (1935) See more »


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Performed by Camryn
Written by Lennon Murphy and Frank Shooflar
Published by John Gait Music (ASCAP) and Mouth Fulla Gold Music (ASCAP)
Administrated by John Gait Music
Courtesy of 5280 Media, LLC
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Really a kid's movie. Adults will be mostly annoyed by it all.
4 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

The main reason I was interested in this movie is because of Heather Graham; I know this is a children's movie but you know children don't go to the theaters by themselves and don't buy tickets by themselves so I assumed filmmakers would keep in mind that adults are going to be in the theater as well; unless I suppose it's aimed at the DVD market.

The manic energy that comes from kids is there but really nothing more. The movie centers around Judy Moody who decides to quantify the quality of her summer break with points for doing daring things only to find that her friends are racking up more points by virtue of exotic locales and exotic camps. Aunt Opal (Graham) is there for the summer to look after the kids and she's a guerrilla artist (and let's leave it at that).

The setup does promise an interesting look at various things like friendship - the cool friends who aren't there against the not so cool friend who is there; the relationship between the free-spirited Aunt Opal and Judy; or Judy's relationship with her brother who she seems to detest or the fact that their parents can't afford to get her to expensive camps and trips. But, unfortunately, it really doesn't do any of that - it just consists of kids of running around clumsily enacting one part after another of the story. This is where the adults would be annoyed - the story, characters going absolutely nowhere for an hour in the middle of the movie.

If you're going to see this with your kids, there is some redemption at the ending and have to brave through the middle parts. As for Heather Graham, I wish she was more in the movie; she barely even registers among all the chaos.

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