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When a famous author is abducted by obsessed fanboys and winds up in the clutches of two sinister brothers, it's up to his daughter and her friends to stage a daring rescue mission. All fourteen year old Melissa (Emily Osment) ever wanted was some quality time with her father Neal (George Newbern), the author of a series of popular young adult adventure novels. But Neal spends more time dreaming up missions for his fictional hero Tripp Zoome than bonding with his lonely daughter. Hoping to pry her dad away from work for just a few days, Melissa organizes a special daughter-dad vacation. Unfortunately Melissa's plan overlaps with a promotional event for her dad's latest book. Just then, Neil becomes the target of a treacherous kidnapping plot. Now in order to rescue her father and save the day, young Emily attempts to channel her "inner Zoome" and races to the rescue. … More
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For the most part, it was original. It had many touching parts, which are welcome in any movie. Although the dialogue was a little silly, the film overall, was very fun and enjoyable.
A nice idea to use Emily Osment as a character OUTSIDE of her character on Hannah Montana, but it didn't really seem like it at all in the film. She still plays this sarcastic, confused girl, but I don't know if that's due to the story and dialogue or to her. I give her the benefit of the doubt, because I think she can do better. And Jason Earles = same situation. I liked David Henrie, who showed a different side of himself, but he didn't get to show much of his acting chops in the limited screen time. The plot is thin and eclectic, doesn't work
It's funny, but also a bit too lame. David Henrie and Jonathan Keltz are hot! LOL, but anyway... it's pretty fun to watch.
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