Jumping Ship (2001)

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The three Lawrence brothers -- Joey, Matthew, and Andrew -- join forces for this made-for-TV adventure, in which Joey and Andrew reprise their characters from the movie Horse Sense. Jake Hunter (Matthew Lawrence) and his young friend Tommy Biggs (Andrew Lawrence) are invited to a luxury island resort for a vacation, and Jake gets the idea of hiring a boat to take them there so they can get some deep-sea fishing in along the way. The boat, piloted by Tommy's old cohort Michael Woods (Joey Lawrence), turns out to be a dangerous rust bucket, but that soon proves to be the least of their problems when a crew of modern-day pirates attempts to take over the ship, forcing the three passengers to abandon ship and take cover on a nearby island. Jumping Ship was produced for The Disney Channel, where it premiered on August 17, 2001.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Drama , Kids & Family , Television
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Disney Channel Productions

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Cast

Joey Lawrence
as Michael Woods
Matt Lawrence
as Jake Hunter
Andy Lawrence
as Tommy Biggs
Susan Walters
as Jules Biggs
Stephen Burleigh
as Glen Woods
Anthony Wong
as Frakes
Todd Worden
as Mark Sanders
Carly Movizlo
as Heather Hilt
Adrian DeVito
as Limo Driver
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Audience Reviews for Jumping Ship

½

pretty much anything with the lawrence brothers is at least good to stare at if the movie isn't so great.

Allison Meloni
Allison Meloni

I look back fondly on this movie, it was from a time in high school where hormones ruled and Matthew Lawerence was my guilty pleasure on TV. I don't know if I'd enjoy it as much now, but I'll still put it in the netflix queue.

bastet 05
bastet 05

Ohhh yeah! I remember this movie. It wasn't half bad. Maybe only a little more than half bad, but not fully half bad. Rich people are always trying to learn a lesson.

Ben Barker
Ben Barker

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