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That Harry Potter magic proves decidedly elusive in this chintzy British children's fantasy.
Molly Moon follows all of the beats of the genre in an unapologetic manner, but what transpires is a film that feels more like an elongated episode of a programme on CBBC, which really, is where this project is more likely to have found its home.
It's corny, but it also represents an ideal fantasy fulfilment for preteen girls.
Old-fashioned, slapstick fare ...
A rebarbative mess - mirthless and shoddy like a disposable Christmas stocking novelty.
Playing like supernatural Tracy Beaker fan fiction, this is the kind of cheesy kids' film that gives parents nightmares.
It is all very over-the-top and in-your-face, a storytelling approach that feels grossly dated, like something done by The Three Stooges.
There is nothing objectionable in screenwriter Chris Hurford's adaptation of Byng's children's book and there is a good deal of merit to its spirited protagonist.
Cute and terribly sweet, this family film skews quite young. It is aimed at the tweens who are familiar with the idea of famous children, but don't really know much about how other children live their lives.
Occasionally cute but often over-the-top orphan adventure.
This neither-fish-nor-fowl project should end up pleasing no one.
Cassidy's clear blue eyes are so mesmerizing that it is easy to believe they can bewitch anyone.
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