A Plumm Summer
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The film is a first for Director Caroline Zelder (who has worked as an editor and involved in casting for films such as "The Patriot") and also a film she co-wrote with T.J. Lynch and Frank Antonelli.
Based on a true story, the film revolves around the theft of Froggy Doo, the popular frog marionette owned by TV host Happy Herb. His television show "Happy Herb & Froggy Doo" was among the popular kids shows on television and the theft happened in Billings, Montana (the hometown of screenplay writer T.J. Lynch).
"A PLUMM SUMMER" focuses on a family and their two children Elliott Plumm (Chris Massoglia) and his younger brother Rocky (Owen Pearce).
Elliott is a shy young teenager who is constantly called names because of his quiet and shy demeanor. He may seem that way in front of his classmates but at home, Elliott is a child that enjoys Hardy Boys mystery novels and photography.
His younger brother Rocky on the other hand is a typical child who is addicted to the television show "Happy Herb and Froggy Doo" and believes that Froggy Doo is real character and loves the character so much that his side of the bedroom which he shares with his brother is plastered with Froggy Doo merchandise.
As for the Plumm's family life, his mother Roxie (Lisa Guerrero) tries to keep the family going strong,while her husband Mick (William Baldwin), a former boxer who tends to hang out with a bad crowd of guys and constantly gets drunk.
Roxie worries that her husband is out drinking all the time while not working and not spending time with the children.Read more ›
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I ordered this movie on Netflix and it was cute enough that I bought it on Amazon. It was inexpensive and only took a couple of days to get. I am happy with my purchase.Published on July 25, 2011 by Shannon M. Gibson
We purchased this book for our four year old triplet grandchildren and they love it. It is watched over and over again and I would reccommend it for any age as we enjoyed it as... Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by bubz4488
I think the other reviewers pretty much said it all, even the curmudgeon who dissed the film. It all depends on your POV. Read morePublished on June 16, 2010 by TV Junkie
Item was exactly what I was looking for. My daughter was very pleased with it.Published on April 26, 2010 by Lisa L. Shelton
A very good family movie for all. Nice, enjoyable story. No bad language, no sexual situations. Just a good and decent movie.Published on April 21, 2010 by Patrick K. Fines
I'm sorry to say this... But I really didn't like this film at all! I thought the acting was horrible, the plot was laughable and the scripting was even worse. Read morePublished on November 6, 2009 by Media Lover
Very good classic movie. How many movies are out there now that are just good ol' family movies? Not many but this is one of them. I would for sure buy this movie.Published on November 4, 2009 by Susan L. Paglia