Tired of her crazy family Wren hopes to leave for college soon but when her baby brother goes missing after been place in her care, she must do all she can to find him before her mother finds out.
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January 03, 2013 Nickelodeon goes outside their comfort zone with Fun Size, but the film is very hit or miss, with an inconsistent tone.Read in Source
July 23, 2013 A gaudy, simple-minded fiasco that's too dumb for adults and too suggestive for kids.Read in Source
March 07, 2013 Justice has a real charm and appeal on-screen, looking good in just about anything she wears in the film...Read in Source
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October 29, 2012 This is utterly disposable stuff, but it does have its moments.Read in Source
October 26, 2012 It feels like a project that was pitched for the CW but watered down for Nickelodeon audiences. In the end, everyone loses.Read in Source
October 26, 2012 There's little fun to be had in this foolish Halloween comedy that generates many more eye rolls than laughs.Read in Source
June 30, 2013 An offensive and obnoxious comedy that never feels secure in its own identity.Read in Source
October 26, 2012 Screenwriter Max Werner and director Josh Schwartz clearly have several well-worn copies of Adventures in Babysitting between them, but they keep the gags coming at a brisk pace.Read in Source
October 30, 2012 This is a dog's breakfast of a film, lurching from simpering teen-romcom sentiment to off-colour paedophile gags to sub-'Juno' hipster cultural references to a lecture on the woes of single motherhood without breaking stride.Read in Source
October 26, 2012 Though it doesn't always hit the hilarity target, this tween-targeted romp strikes a sweet-but-not-sappy balance.Read in Source
March 19, 2013 Justice makes a likeable lead but director Josh Schwartz's comic touch is distinctly leaden and a high proportion of the would-be funny scenes - some of them involving an uncredited Johnny Knoxville - fall flat.Read in Source
September 08, 2013 A modern day revamp (of sorts) of the 1980s teen classic Adventures in Babysitting meets The Hangover for tweens, the feature debut of television writer/producer Josh Schwartz is a mess of a movie.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...