Max Keeble's Big Move

2001

Max Keeble's Big Move

Critics Consensus

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

29%

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Total Count: 56
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After having been outmatched in the live-action family film department by rival Nickelodeon in recent years, Disney jumps back into the kid-friendly fray with this comedy about a seventh grader (Alex D. Linz) who's mercilessly picked on by his school's bullies and by his principal (Larry Miller). When his parents (Nora Dunn and Robert Carradine) inform Max that they're moving at the end of the week, he takes the opportunity to exact several forms of creative revenge on his many tormenters. When it subsequently turns out that the Keebles aren't leaving town after all, little Max is left to the mercy of those he's just humiliated. Max Keeble's Big Move is the second feature film from Tim Hill, the nephew of famed director George Roy Hill (The Sting).

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Cast

Alex D. Linz
as Max Keeble
Larry Miller
as Principal Elliott T. Jindraike
Jamie Kennedy
as Evil Ice Cream Man
Zena Grey
as Megan
Clifton Davis
as Superintendant Knebworth
Amy Hill
as Mrs. Rangoon
Noel Fisher
as Troy McGinty
Amber Valletta
as Ms. Dingman
Justin Berfield
as Caption Writer
Veronica Alicino
as Mrs. Talia, Social Studies Teacher
Greg Lewis
as The Janitor
Chely Wright
as Mrs. Styles, Homeroom Teacher
Jonathan Osser
as Worried Kid
Cory Hodges
as Yearbook Photographer
Kyle Sullivan
as Techie Kid
Myra
as Chelsea
Sarah Rush
as Ms. Lane, School Nurse
Chelsea Bond
as Mrs. Didion, English Teacher
Shawn Pyfrom
as Bus Prankster
Dennis Haskins
as Mr. Kohls, Band Teacher
Teddy Lane Jr.
as P.E. Teacher
Martin Spanjers
as Runty Band Member
Countess Vaughn
as Office Admin. Assistant
Bryan Matsuura
as Eighth Grader No. 1
Andy Morrow
as Eighth Grader No. 2
Adam Lamberg
as Eighth Grader No. 3 on Bike
Nick Albert
as Eighth Grader in Gym
E.J. De La Pena
as Pudgy 7th Grader
Ashly Holloway
as Adorable 6-Year-Old Girl
Brendan Hill
as Pimply 7th Grader
Marcus Toji
as Food Fight Chess Player
Zachary Spound
as Julius Klinghoffer
Alexandra Kaplan
as Kelly Lloyd
Maximillian Kesmodel
as 4-Year-Old Max
Christian Boewe
as 6-Year-Old Troy
Jon Ryckman
as Slav No. 1, Football Player
Steve Provenzano
as Slav No. 2, Football Player
Joe Unitas
as Slav No. 3, Football Player
Romeo Miller
as Himself
Marcus Hopson
as Pizza Parlor Kid
Nicholas T. King
as Skater Wannabe
Tony Hawk
as Himself
Riley Hawk
as Skateboard Kid
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