A 16-year-old girl prepares a list of 16 wishes for eight years, hoping they will come true on her 16th birthday. A fairy comes to give her 16 candles that make the 16 wishes come true. Her... See full summary »
Anna Mae Wills
As Savannah skateboards down the sidewalk toward Jake and Murray (the dog), she loses control and flips over a bush out of sight. Her skateboard remains behind on the middle of the sidewalk about midway on a driveway where the two intersect. The next shot is a point of view from Jake looking up the sidewalk, but no skateboard can be seen anywhere near the driveway and sidewalk intersection. The following scene shows Savannah returning to the sidewalk, but now the skateboard is on the sidewalk near the right edge of the driveway rather than at the original midway point. See more »
[Savannah needs to confide in her butler]
Can I tell you something? I'm not Emma. I'm Savannah.
You won't tell anyone?
Please, you have no idea what kind of secrets I keep around here. That's why my Christmas bonus is so high.
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Okay, I won't lie; this movie made me chuckle a few times. But at the end of the day it was stupid, trashy nonsense and I'm not just saying that because it's a film aimed at kids. You can watch much better movies with your children. I'd even recommend "High School Musical" over this garbage.
Some of the messages it sends out are bizarre. Best friends are great and all but are you really going to let friendship get in the way of a huge career opportunity? And why did the first mindless tween let his dog get in the way of a relationship? Granted, it wasn't a very healthy relationship, but who knows how many more times he's going to put his dog before actual people? And as for act three... well, I don't even have to go into that. It was a total rip-off of "The Parent Trap." This film is a cliché storm and compared to this, "Camp Rock" looks like "The Godfather." By all means, skip it.
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