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Trico Tri Happy Halloween (2018)

PG-13 | | Family | 28 September 2018 (USA)
A Hispanic middle-class family moves back to Miami after living in California to take care of their recently widowed Abuela. Little do they know their new house is the infamous Bradford ... See full summary »

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Christian Vogeler

Writer:

Yamil Piedra
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kendall Vertes ... Christy
Armando Gutierrez ... Nelson
Carson Rowland ... Chris
Adriana Cataño ... Gaby
Martha Picanes Martha Picanes ... Abuela Juana
Nick Merico ... Jorge
Yoi Montgomery ... Nora
Yamil Piedra ... Max
Teo Castellanos Teo Castellanos ... Willy
James Bernstein ... Mr. Nunez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Biagio Castelo Biagio Castelo ... Guillermo
Sasha Crews ... Bunny Girl
Peter Groverman ... Sassy Cop
Peter A. Lees ... Teacher Matthew Rhon Schmidt
Shaia Lipnik ... Ghost Kid
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A Hispanic middle-class family moves back to Miami after living in California to take care of their recently widowed Abuela. Little do they know their new house is the infamous Bradford house which is haunted by two mischievous ghosts. Hilarious situations ensue as the family settles in, romance unfolds, over-zealous ghost hunters stalk the house, Abuela becomes more and more superstitious all the while high schoolers plan to throw a big Halloween party at the Bradford house.

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Rated PG-13 for some suggestive material
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Language:

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Release Date:

28 September 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Trick O Tri See more »

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Family friendly
2 October 2018 | by msmurasakibakerSee all my reviews

Sweet, fun, and light-hearted film option for families with pre-tweens, tweens, and young teens, who will adore the young leads. Film is set in Miami and the dialogue is a mix of Spanish and English. My favorite characters were the Abuela (grandmother), Santo and Willy. I wish they had more screen time!


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