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After accidentally stumbling into his uncle's mysterious "tanning bed", Adam learns the answer to all of his problems - multiple Adams. With his new collection of clones, Adam is hopping on one wild summer ride with an epic splash.
When Caitlyn, the most popular girl in school, mistakes new kid Davis for a vampire, he gains instant celebrity status. Davis enlists the help of his next-door neighbor, Vi, to dial up his vampire act. Together, will they fool the school?
After his principal (Andy Daly) destroys his sketchbook, Rafe (Griffin Gluck) and his best friend Leo (Thomas Barbusca) decide to "destroy his book" and break every rule in the school's Code of Conduct.
What seems to be a boring jungle tour turns into a fight for survival when three siblings stumble into a hidden temple. Now, their knowledge and their wits are put to the test as they have to complete a series of obstacles and outsmart the dreaded temple guards in order to escape the temple alive.
Siblings Sadie, Noah, and Dudley are with their parents at a jungle resort. Noah is sure that the temple is real while everybody is sure that it's simply a theme park. Tour guide Kirk Fogg gives Noah a map to the hidden temple. The three children get trapped inside the temple and they must search for two halves of a pendant to put everything right.
What kind of parents let their three kids walk off without supervision? These are exactly the kind of kids that would get into trouble. They're dumb and self-possessed. Am I a bad person to suggest that they deserve to lose their kids? It would be better to have the kids be classmates on a school trip. The teacher can lose track of her class. The CGI is relatively good for TV movie. The kids are pretty good with good chemistry. The sets are more theme park than real jungle temple. Overall, it's a good enough kiddie adventure. This is fine for Nickelodeon and fine for young kids.
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