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Matthew Gray Gubler,
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Twentieth Century Fox
Because the release dates of this film and the previous Diary of a Wimpy Kid film are so spaced apart, child actors such as Zachary Gordon from the previous films did not reprise their roles due to being too old for their characters. Also many of the adult actors had begun working on other projects. So it was the easiest decision to invite an entire new cast for the film. See more »
Fall foliage is seen throughout the film, which is set during the summer holidays. See more »
You embarrassed me in front of everyone, Mom. Now I'm gonna be known as Diaper Hands forever! It'll blow over.
You know what won't? You lying to me. I just wanted to have a nice family trip where we all spent time together. But you don't care about that.
Well, you don't care about the things I love, either! If you did, I wouldn't have had to sneak away to get to this place!
I give up. Take my phone. Play games. Enjoy yourself. I'm done fighting.
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Firstly..I read reviews clearly written by adults...what on earth are you up to writing a review of a kids movie? It's not made for you so stay well alone!
If you want to review movies , review a movie made for your own age and not a kids movie.
The litmus test is how the audience re-acts. I have to say in my local theatre they loved it..that is the kids loved it...laughing all the way through at the gross and the funny..That's because it's MADE for them.
I almost enjoyed it myself as I picked up on the fun from the atmosphere. Obviously it's not a Glenngarry or a Missing( if you don't know these movies then my point has been made about you watching kids movies)!
I would hope that the adults will stay away from reviewing kids movies and stop giving it low scores...that is unfair. If kids reviewed grown up movies they would also give low scores..that too would be unfair.
This is a chirpy and silly laughfest for kids and families ...lots of laughter and mayhem with a new cast.( how dare the actors grow up and not be able to play the roles...shocking)!
Well worth a visit with the little ones !!
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