Moon is a young misfit who has the ability to talk to bugs. Moon has always been perceived as a "misfit" because she spoke baby talk too long. She has a crush on a boy named Hyland who works in a store across the street from her house. Unknown to Moon, Hyland has a serious problem with body contact with other people. Moon also meets Coochie, an endearing ladybug who speaks to her and becomes part of her daily life, advising her. Moon meets a band of kids who also has abilities, including telekinetic twins, a high jumping teen, a fortune teller, a boy with x-ray vision that is a semi-pervert. Leading these misfits is a woman named Auntie who looks early to mid 20s but her actual age is 70. Auntie wants both Moon and Hyland to join her band of misfits because of Moon's abilities and Hyland's ability to dodge other people's attacks.
Corey Q (jp) wrote: Quite entertaining, and VERY Canadian. Being a musical, there are some cheesy moments, but it's still fun to watch. Some good performances, and some interesting moments. It's also fun to watch for the cameos (again, quintessentially Canadian) - Nelly Furtado, Theo Fleury, Walter Gretzky, and so on... Fun stuff!
Christina S (mx) wrote: enjoyed it also :P priyanka looked beautiful as always :D
Zeilia K (kr) wrote: un muy buen klasiko mejikano!
Brian S (ca) wrote: The lenticular cover on the box for the original VHS release was more entertaining and had better effects and acting. Seriously. Easily the worst movie I've ever watched. A remarkably bad film.
Robert A (us) wrote: Not bad. Read the story it was based off of and then watched this. It brought the story to life fairly well. Not a bad adaptation. It was a short story so it was interesting to see how they adapted it.
Mark D (it) wrote: Original concept having the dog narrate the movie as dark as it was. Enjoyable though but seems incomplete to me. The final chapter with the nazi boy was the most watchable segment.
Pavan R (ag) wrote: Based on true events of the Vietnam war based on a book...it's quite a powerful representation of the horrific war that was like every other war I guess. Tries to give a bit of the opposition perspective too but not too much, so not sure how necessary it was as at the end it wasn't a balanced representation of both sides. Still makes for a good watch and fills you with empathy for the people who fought it.