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This. Is. A. Disaster... Sorry... Its just so.... Headache inducing...
Newly released woman from prison gets job as a nanny for two rich kids of uncaring parents and tries to sell the children before becoming emotionally attached to them. Got a bit better in the second half when the characters got a bit more likable. Not enough though to undo the damage done early on.
Horrible comedy has recently released convict hired as a nanny to two spoiled children. Filled with unappealing characters from the adults to the children. Corman attempt at Mrs Doubtfire/Home Alone fare delivers none of those film's charm.
The story of an ex-con, who after being released from jail, is recruited to work as the nanny of two spoiled brats (the parents have no idea who the woman is). After learning that blonde twins are a high seller on the black market, she sets to work on trying to sell them.
Overall, the movie is a poor man's Mary Poppins, with a couple of laughs, and a surprisingly well-known cast.
An entertaining movie from Roger Corman.