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Max Keeble's Big Move

Max Keeble's Big Move

Disney's Max Keeble's Big Move is an early Fall family/kid friendly film which does so much in less than an hour and a half to make you dislike it, it should get little air time on the studio's movie channel.

The idea for this gleefully messy tale of payback appears to be a tepid, junior high variation of 80's hits using high school as the setting.

Prepubescent girls may take to a caption writer, done by Justin Berfield of Malcolm in the Middle as a commentator to the proceedings for the school's paper.  Max is a newspaper carrier himself who gets the royal, unwelcome treatment from a T-shirt bully when entering junior high.

Some of the low minded Ferris Bueller antics come in and fit into Max's planning to get those who've disgraced him before he moves away with his clueless parents.

Max Keeble moves with a big heavy hand as all involved are handicapped by the woeful film making that pleasures in a weird scheme against that T-shirt kid through a childhood nightmare.

This kind of dreadful movies tell us we would be better off home alone.

Max Keeble's Big Move

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