Max Keeble's Big Move 2001

Max Keeble's Big Move

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Max Keeble may be fun for kids, but bland and unoriginal for adults.

29%

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After a depressing first day of school, much-bullied seventh grader Max Keeble finds out that he's moving to a new city in a week. Rather than put up with the normal routine of school, he starts getting revenge on all the people who have picked on him. After creating all kinds of mayhem, Max finds out he's not moving after all and must face up to the consequences of his actions.

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Audience Reviews for Max Keeble's Big Move

  • Aug 10, 2011
    Max Keeble: We're moving?! There is nothing special or memorable about 'Max Keeble's Big Move', except maybe a few light-hearted moments and a few funny jokes, but that's about it. This will most likely please kids between 5-10, but if your older, stay far away. The acting is a joke, and that's probably the nicest thing I can say about this movie. The lead Alex D. Linz, is a very annoying actor, whose lack of talent makes his character unbearable. Larry Miller is the only redeeming aspect of the film, but his performance is a low-brow. As if this couldn't get ridiculous enough, they casted Jamie Kennedy in this reck, who is another failed actor. Ultimately, this will please the younglings, but adults will not be pleased. Not recommended. Read more reviews at www.creedsdelight.com
    Matt G Super Reviewer
  • Jun 14, 2011
    Why does Disney punish themselves by making so many live actions? I'll admit I like Haunted Mansion, but there weren't many other good Disney live action films. Country Bears? No. Shaggy Dog remake? No. Bedtime Stories? No. The Gameplan. NO! High School Musical? NONONONONO!!!! But it seems this may be the movie that started the whole trend, and considering how bad it was, way to start it off. The only good thing I can really say about it is it has Josh Peck. However, even Josh Peck had a pretty bad performance. In addition, it was pretty weird to have him have that high voice. It was like someone shoved a trumpet down his throat and recorded his voice in autotune, WHILE he was being beat up by Mike Tyson. Not to mention he tries way too hard to be funny. The other actors didn't do much better. There wasn't a single actor who did a good job, and Larry Miller's performance as the Principal was way over done. Why didn't they just hire Profion from the DnD movie to do it? Alex D. Linz obviously didn't memorize his lines, because he seemed to be stuttering ALL the time. Not impressed. The plot was pretty uncreative and unbelievably predictable. Kid's parents are moving, so he does a bunch of bad stuff because he will be gone before finding out that there not moving, but not after abandoning his friends and angering school bullies. How suspensful! But there's one thing that seperates this crappy live action disney movie from every other. There's an evil ice cream man!! Wait, what? An evil ice cream man? There was literally NO reason to have an evil ice cream man in this movie! NO REASON!!!! Maybe if the kids had been older, the humor more adult, a better cast, and the company not being Disney, it would have been a better movie. Sadly, things didn't go our way.
    Marc L Super Reviewer
  • Jun 04, 2011
    Max Keeble should've been a few years older, the movie would've appealed to a much larger audience. Although I think they were targeting the unfortunately titled 'pre-teens.' Decent kids movie.
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  • May 28, 2011
    an entertainingly fun family comedy with a funny way of surviving middle school, a weird and hysterical way. B+
    Juan C Super Reviewer

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