Young Judy Moody is very excited to have the most thrilling summer of her life with her brother Stink who is a huge believer of Bigfoot. Her goal is to get as much thrill points as possible for every dare she does on her list of summer dares.Written by
The animation in Judy's imagination is both claymation and stop-motion. See more »
When Judy and Frank try to get on the roller coaster, they are told no food allowed. He walks over to the trash can, and eats all of his snacks. Before he heads there, his snow cone contents is well below the lip. When he gets there, it is piled above the lip. See more »
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Written and Performed by Sourcerer
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As you probably know, this film isn't very good. There are stereotypes, the plot and dialogue are basic at best, but worst of all it is almost interminably boring. The characters are vacuums for charisma and personality, with the exception of perhaps the little brother who plays the hyperactive annoying little boy role with alarming credibility. The whole 'thrill points' storyline wasn't fun or interesting.
The production department is the only one that comes out with any credit here: the bright, bold and colorful art direction injects the film with an energy and immediacy it hitherto would have lacked. The whole movie maintains this look, including the costumes and even the ice lollies - it is easily the most identifiable thing here.
Otherwise, there simply isn't enough in Judy Moody to keep a viewer of any age engrossed; if a film can't hold your attention it really has nothing. Aside from the promising first ten minutes this was a letdown.
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