Jules is a bright and sassy 17 year-old who desperately wants to leave her Midwestern family's alumni traditions behind, but to get to her once-in-a-lifetime Harvard admissions interview, ...
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Jules is a bright and sassy 17 year-old who desperately wants to leave her Midwestern family's alumni traditions behind, but to get to her once-in-a-lifetime Harvard admissions interview, Jules is forced to hitch a ride with her twin sister/nemesis, Madison, who is headed to a beauty pageant. Their road trip takes a turn when the teenage sisters unwittingly come into possession of a stolen jewel and are pursued by dangerous thieves.
The exterior of the gas station when the bad guys enter it, is completely different than the real life exterior of the actual gas station that they're inside of. See more »
It is quite obvious that Jules is wearing glasses that don't have lenses in them. It's most obvious in all shots showing her from the side, such as when she is ordering ice cream from the vendor at the carnival at the beginning of the movie. See more »
Jacqueline and Elizabeth Labadie play the Kelly sisters in Crowning Jules. Elizabeth is the beauty queen and Jacqueline in the title role is the high academic
achieving Jules. For reasons I can't fathom it's the beauty queen who is the
favorite of dad Kevin Farley. He has his eyes on Michigan State for his daughters
and Elizabeth might make it on beauty and cheerleading.
Jacqueline wants more, she's got her eye on Harvard and when there's a beauty
pageant in Boston the sisters make a road trip to Massachusetts from Ann Arbor.
Unfortunately they buy a broach pawned by Kristy Swanson's lunkhead stepsons, one of them Kenton Duty late of the Disney channel. That starts a
cross state pursuit of the twins.
In the meantime Jules has met her knight in shining armor. Can you do better
than a rock musician who goes to MIT? That's Derek Brandon for you. And of
course the sisters really bond in this trip.
Crowning Jules is a nice family picture. I could never quite buy Kenton Duty as a bad kid. He's silly Gunther Hessenheffer from Shake It Up or he's always a
role model type youth. Can't see him as a villain, even a comic one.
Families will enjoy this one.
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