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Sleepover

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Alexa Vega stars in this irresistible teen comedy about four best friends who embark on a zany, all-night scavenger hunt against their popular girl rivals! Bursting with hilarious hijinks, glorious girl-power and true-blue friendship.

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Alexa PenaVega, Mika Boorem
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Joe Nussbaum
Starring Alexa PenaVega, Mika Boorem
Supporting actors Jane Lynch, Sam Huntington, Sara Paxton, Brie Larson, Scout Taylor-Compton, Douglas Smith, Katija Pevec, Steve Carell, Jeff Garlin, Kallie Flynn Childress, Eileen April Boylan, Evan Peters, Hunter Parrish, Shane Hunter, Sean Faris, Ryan Slattery, Thad Luckinbill, Brett Wagner
Studio MGM
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
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By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on October 24, 2006
Format: DVD
"Sleepover" is a four star flick--if you're thirteen. I'm not saying that it's a bad film, it's just very, very demographically targeted at a specific audience. The producers knew exactly what they were doing when they green-lighted this project. It stars "Spy Kids" alum Alexa Vega, and "Darcy's Wild Life" and "Aquamarine" star Sara Paxton. It also features Sam Huntington ("Jungle 2 Jungle," "Superman Returns"), and pre-teen starlets Kallie Flynn Childress, Mika Boorem, and Scout Taylor-Compton. The adult cast features a pre-"40 Year Old Virgin" Steve Carell, fellow "Virgin" star Jane Lynch and "Daddy Day Care" star Jeff Garlin.

The plot revolves around a, you guessed it, sleepover, in which a jilted Paxton decides to gang up with her friends to challenge Vega and her brood to a scavenger hunt. The prize in the balance is to either sit at the fountain during lunch or near the trash bins. Sophomoric, I know, but it works perfectly in this little comedy. The tasks in the hunt range from swiping a tag off of a rent-a-cop car to "borrowing" a pair of underwear from the apple of Vega's eye.

From there, the story becomes pretty formulaic. The girls go from one task to another and achieve them with pre-teen humor in full force. Carell fails horribly in his attempt to catch the girls in the act. It all plays out like an expanded episode of "Full House" where D.J. and her pal Kimmy get into typical pre-teen sitcom trouble. In the end it works as a pre-teen story, but most people older than fifteen will probably not care to watch it more than once.

Although it's a pretty good flick, I'd only consider buying it when my daughter hits the age of ten or eleven. Even then, however, this movie would probably only warrant a four year shelf life before my daughter grew tired with it. It's perfect for sleepovers, and coupled with Paxton's "Aquamarine" (which is actually pretty good), it's a guaranteed good time for young girls.
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Format: DVD
Last week I watched this movie because my friend's twelve-year-old daughter who I was watching wanted to see it. I thought I would "suffer" through. I LOVED IT!!!! I convinced my 42-year old husband to watch it and he thoroughly enjoyed it although I had to drive him crazy to get him to watch it. Then, last night, before I had to return it to the video store, I watched it with another 12-year old whose parents are close friends.

Why I liked the movie:

First of all, it's cute and it moves at a great pace. It pokes fun at the adults enough to be genuinely funny and not overdone. And the portrayal of the oblivious dad, the overprotective mother, and the big brother who comes through in the end is soooo accurate in my experience.

Second, while the snot girls are mean, they aren't heartless and they get their coming-tos in the end. Also, the main one, Stacey, has enough character development...finding out what older guys CAN be about and being disappointed, etc. that she is not a completely unsympathetic character.

My favorite two characters are Julie and Yancy. Julie because she's got spunk and Yancy because she is such an honest character. I also loved that Yancy's character is bolstered, let down and bolstered again. My favorite subplot has to be the celery vs. brownies theory...what a great point to be made for girls who are bigger or struggle with other physical self-esteem issues...find someone who is interested in you as you are, not as they might want you to be!

Also, I loved the fact that the closest it came to swearing of any sort was "For the love of carbs!"...there wasn't even any euphemistic stuff like "freaking," etc. Now, I am not a prude, believe me...I am a recovering alcoholic and have been in therapy for seven years.
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A Kid's Review on June 28, 2004
Recently, I saw this movie with my mom as a two-week early preview to the release July 9th. I loved this movie...definitely one of my favorites with Raising Helen and 13 Going on 30.
The plot is about a girl named Julie (Alexa Vega) who is treated like a child by her parents. School has just ended and her best friend, Hannah, is moving away so she decides to throw a sleepover. It starts out as the average slumber party, until the popular crowd steps in.
The leader of the group, Stacie, starts a scavenger hunt-the prize is the best lunch spot in High School-the fountain. From going into her crush's house to seeing her mom and teacher at a dance club, Julie's sleepover is bound to be a wild ride-with a few twists.
This movie was great, and usually really funny. Julie's older brother added a lot of humor to the film, and the cast was really great, too. 5 out of 5 stars!!
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I watched the beginning of this movie with two 8 year old children as it was rated PG. As we got into the movie I really felt that there was a great deal of harassment involved. I just did not feel that it taught any good lessons for these kids and I stopped the movie.
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You may think this is your typical "Teen Movie" with all of the cliches. And you're right! But, this movie is different. It is actually very funny and extremely entertaining. I could watch it over and over. This is coming from a 21 year old (straight) guy and I typically do not like movies like this but, I was over at a friend's house who has a nine year old daughter and she begged me to watch it with her and I did. I was extremely surprised. I laughed so hard at the mannequin scene (you'll know why when you see it). Also, there was a reviewer on here that commented on several points of the movie. One of them was talking about Julie's friend Hannah moving to Vancouver and said the following:

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"...at the end, we find out that Julie's best friend is moving. No prior mention of this, just a "I have to go home and pack" "So you're really moving" exchange."

Just to let you know (since you obviously weren't paying that much attention, the very first line of the movie is from Julie saying: "I can't believe you're moving. Where is Vancouver anyway?" Plus, Hannah moving is mentioned about 8 other times in the movie as well. In the first 5 minutes, it's mentioned three times.

Just wanted to clear that up.

Anyways, this will be one of those "Breakfast Club" type movies. Not extremely popular when released but, over time it will become a High School Reunion classic along with "She's All That" and "10 Things I Hate About You" (awesome movie).

This is a great movie and I would recommend it to anybody. Very funny!

Oh, and the best part of the movie is the very last 10 seconds of it (WATCH WHAT STACI DOES) LOL!
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