A vacation becomes the adventure of a lifetime as a boy finds himself stranded in a world filled with ghost ships and prehistoric creatures. He embarks on a journey that will change his future forever.
Despite the title, the Wishbone family are far from happy. In an attempt to reconnect as a family, Mum and Emma plan a fun night out. However, her plan backfires when an evil witch curses them, and they're all turned into Monsters.
When a young boy named Jake accidentally makes a new friend in an experiment gone wrong a troubled town is plunged into chaos. But with the creature rapidly evolving every day, Jake finds it increasingly difficult to keep his new pet secret. Jake's friends and new girl Abbie realize they are not the only ones interested in this strange, mischievous little dinosaur and soon discover that the only thing more mysterious than what it is, is who is looking for it.
This is an interesting attempt with better acting than some daytime television. The problem is not the acting, necessarily. It is the details that surround everything. The military shows up, and the fellow says he is a colonel. His rank shows him to be a SFC. There is no unit patch, no name tag. These are just uniforms picked up before being issued. Very basic. Soldiers don't wear covers, just wander around. Things just don't match up with the show. There are parts where you could excuse it, and say it's a kids movie, but the lack of effort is so obvious. They just seem to have gone down to the local Michael's store to buy equipment for the scenes. Just too many holes. I have seen worse (Trollz), but this is a low.
I apologize. This is an Australian film, which actually makes more sense. The bad attempt at American dialect, the subpar acting, the storyline that doesn't hold together. If you've watched Australian mermaid movies on Netflix, this is right in line.
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