First Kid


First Kid

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In this comedy, young Luke Davenport is the son of the U.S. President. Feeling totally isolated, Luke vents his loneliness and frustration by being a brat to his Secret Service agent. When agent Sam Simms is assigned to Luke, the two clash at first but eventually become friends.

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as Sam Simms
Brock Pierce
as Luke Davenport
Lisa Eichhorn
as Linda Davenport
James Naughton
as President Davenport
Fawn Reed
as Susan Lawrence
Erin Williby
as Katie Warren
Zachery Ty Bryan
as Rob Zachery
Joe Inscoe
as Peterson
Helen Hedman
as Teacher
Andrew T. Wood
as Kid No. 2
Sonny Bono
as Congressman Sonny Bono
Elisabeth Noone
as President's Secretary
Peyton Chesson Fohl
as Roller Blade Kid
Heather Kirk
as Katie's Friend No. 1
Kristi Cobb
as Katie's Friend No. 2
Scott Evans
as Uniformed Agent
Bob Child
as Security Officer
Patsy Grady Abrams
as Cleaning Lady
Raynor Scheine
as Maintenance Worker
Melanie Hastings
as Local News Anchor
Steve Kmetko
as Famous News Anchor
Ricardo Miguel Young
as `Inside Copy' Anchor
Mark Nassar
as Secret Service Agent No. 1
Stephanie Lloyd
as Local Weather Person
Emma Stock
as Snake Screamer
Stephen Caywood
as Body Double
Audra Wilks
as Waitress
Brett Zebrowski
as Secret Service Agent No. 2
Jacqueline Chernov
as Teacher No. 2
Zachery Bryan
as Rob MacArthur
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Critic Reviews for First Kid

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Audience Reviews for First Kid

Sinbad's movie career was hot for about a year with this, Houseguest, and Jingle All The Way. Pretty much the only good scene is where Sinbad fires a ridiculously sized spitball at Tim Allen's oldest son from Home Improvement.

Lenny Muggsy
Lenny Muggsy

Super Reviewer

The movie itself was pretty entertaining, and it would get tiring after a while, but sinbad just being in anything makes it so much better!

KJ Proulx
KJ Proulx

Super Reviewer

I totally remember the scene where the feeble white kid slaps a bully. Then, Sinbad teaches him to be manly because knowing how to work a punching bag will solve all of your problems in life.

Drew Smith
Drew Smith

Super Reviewer

I liked it.

Yinalí Ríos
Yinalí Ríos

Super Reviewer

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