Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade (2003) - Rotten Tomatoes

Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade (2003)





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The charming kids from the Third Street School graduate to the fifth grade in the final chapter of the "Recess" series. TJ and his buddies protest changes at the school when the curmudgeonly Miss Finster is promoted to fifth grade as their teacher and the Board of Education plans to pave over their beloved playground. Voices include Rickey D'Shon Collins, Jason Davis, Myles Jeffrey.
Animation , Kids & Family
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Disney Television Animation

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Jason Davis
as Mikey
Ashley Johnson
as Gretchen
Pamela Adlon
as Spinelli
Allyce Beasley
as Miss Grotke
Dabney Coleman
as Principal Prickly
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Critic Reviews for Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade

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Clever animated film about middle school; some name-calling.

Full Review… | February 11, 2015
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade

In this cartoon there was a fifth and sixth grader club but only for them and there was a king named King Freddie and he was not nice he said no young kids a loud in the club. But TJ was against the club it doesn't matter what grade you're in and you don't need a club and a king. Everyone is different but everyone deserves to be treated right and that's what TJ and his friends did. But then one of TJ's friends was not in the Halloween spirit because she thought she was too old for Halloween but you can never be too old for Halloween. I would say this movie teaches you that in school you don't need a club of goth and six grade , Plus you don't need a king in school and you're never too old to do Halloween or trick-or-treating. This was a ok movie. Give it a try see what you think

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Konrad Anders

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