Get a Clue (2002)
Get a Clue (2002)
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Critic Reviews for Get a Clue
your run-of-the-mill Disney Channel movie shot on the cheap in 2002 while trying to propel one of their young stars into the heavens.
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Audience Reviews for Get a Clue
Hahaha, well Disney certainly know how to make uinteresting movies. I can't believe I watched the whole thing. Kind of cute at some points, but sooo boring and obvious (shouldn't have expected anything else). Yeah-yeah, I guess it was OK.
Trust no one. Question everything. Get A Clue. The pampered rich Lexy Gold spends her life amongst the wealthy and elite of Manhattan, boasting herself on her ability to write on the school newspaper's gossip column. When Mr. Walker mysteriously goes missing, Lexy and her working-class friends Jack, Jenn, and Gabe set out to solve the crime case that would eventually save their favorite teacher's life. Get A Clue features great acting performances from the following cast: 1.) Lindsay Lohan (Lexy Gold) 2.) Bug Hall (Jack Downey) 3.) Ian Gomez (Mr. Walker) 4.) Brenda Song (Jenn) 5.) Ali Mukkadam (Gabe) Not only that I'm amazed of the film's featured espionage, I'm also surprised that it takes place in Manhattan, and the kids are rich and are into the latest fashions. Still fresh from her cute and clean child star appearance, Lindsay Lohan does her good job in acting while doing Lexy's job as a gossip columnist, making her an original Gossip Girl for the junior high set, minus the queen bee personality, thank goodness. Get A Clue is a great old school Disney Channel film, in an early 21st century era untouched by the tween school music madness.
The movie was great because of Lindsay Lohan and Brenda Song. There was just something charming about the story and trying to solve the mystery. The most memorably aspect of the film will forever be Brenda Song's parts and the theme song.
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