Fat adolescent Dik Trom enjoys growing up in a hedonistic town devoted to food and fun. When a restaurant chain offers his father the life-long-dreamed opportunity to run his own, the Trom ... See full summary »
Eva van der Gucht,
A lonely 9-year-old boy makes a new friend when he discovers a magical little man inside of a cupboard, but when one of the man's spells goes awry, the boy's entire family is shrunk down to four inches in height.
An 11 year old talented soccerplayer, Remco, has one big dream: to be selected for the national team under 12 years. His father Erik coaches him and everything seems to work out fine, until... See full summary »
Yannick van de Velde,
Wendy van Dijk
Mister Twister goes camping is the sequel to the successful family film Mister Twister Class of Fun. When Ms Dreus, the stern headmistress, unexpectedly has to leave camp, Mr Casey is ... See full summary »
Kiek is 9 years old. Her father, a doctor, is to be sent to an area at war. She worries, he could get sick or be in an accident and there are even stray bullets. She tries to reduce the ... See full summary »
Comedy about a boy who is bullied and therefore decides to boost his image by saying that he belongs to a mafia family. Rik Boskamp, son of a nerdy accountant, will not be bullied. Inspired by a mafia film he gets an idea. He causes his elders to move and that his father is looked at for the dangerous mafia boss Paulo Boskampi in the new village. It soon turns out to work the plan. Rikkie Boskampi is no longer bullied, everyone is afraid of Paulo and treats them with respect. Until a bully from the past emerges. How long Rikkie may lie still before its discovered? This family film is based on the book by Marjon Hoffman.
Went with the kids (7&10) to this stylish screen adaption of Marjon Hoffman's novel and it really did inspire our children's fantasies. Our oldest was familiar with the book but she was very pleased that the movie contained new and different elements to show Rikkie's transformation.
Although this movie revolves around serious subjects like honesty and bullying it never felt too heavy to me. Our youngest did found it a bit scary at times but that only added juice to his imagination.
The story borrows some classic situations from (crime) movies and mixes them with stop hammer time... ... ... recognizable events which were a joy to watch both for our children and me as parent.
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