Lizzie McGuire and her best friends Kate, Gordo, and Ethan have just graduated from middle school, and to celebrate, they';re taking part in a class trip to Rome, Italy. Once there, Lizzie is mistaken for pop star Isabella and begins to falls for Paolo, Isabella';s handsome, Italian pop star former boyfriend. Lizzie, however, isn';t sure she feels comfortable stepping into the spotlight, and is even less sure about the way she feels about Paolo, who makes no secret of his infatuation with her. Things don';t get any simpler for Lizzie when... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lizzie Mcguire Movie
Lizzie McGuire has graduated from middle school and takes a trip to Rome, Italy.
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Jonathan A (br) wrote: "Well that hit the spot!"
Hawk (ru) wrote: This film is impressive given the limitations of the found footage genre. I was, therefore, really impressed with the story, although if it was a more traditional horror movie, I probably would of regarded that same story as awful. The back half of the movie is much more exciting than the buildup, so keep that in mind. It's not great, or even good but it is fun.
Terry C (mx) wrote: It is still signature Yasmin Ahmad right down to the ambiguous art film ending. Her visuals and style always carry a down-to-earth warmth and natural feel, but her characterization still remains uneven.
Justin B (ag) wrote: A Budget + old-school eco-invasion formula + Tara Reid = I LIKED THIS ONE.
Chris C (au) wrote: Such a bad movie it makes u think why did they bother and is there women out there that are like the main character as if there is need to get a grip.
Alex F (es) wrote: Very low-budget yet deeply affecting. Realism at its most.
Anna B (de) wrote: pretty good movie, but i feel like it is the same as a lot of the movies when girls try to prove themselves. the girl was kind of awkward, but did pretty well.
Adam R (fr) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/11/2013)
Christopher S (us) wrote: A surprise rough gem from the 80s. Nice take on consumer culture, early computer models (way more ambitious than Tron or Dire Straites video), and presages digital actors. Plus a unique showdown.
Lita T (es) wrote: To escape a marriage with her father, a Princess wears the skin of the kingdom's magical donkey that once pooped gold. Americans are brought up on varnished fairy tales... the only fairy tales we ever hear about are Cinderella or Little Red Riding Hood, etc. But actually, many fairy tales don't have morals to the story. They don't necessarily have to teach a specific lesson. If anything, they were meant to challenge children to solve problems and to entertain them, with at times nightmarish stories. Donkey Skin is actually an unvarnished French fairy tale and was written by the same author as Cinderella. Children in France all know about the poor princess who asks her fairy godmother to protect her from her father's wishes to marry her. She has to wear that stinky donkey skin in disguise. Then she's gotta find someone else to marry before her dad finds her. As weird as it sounds, the film is so delightful, colorful, flamboyant, and fun. It has singing birds, a sexy fairy godmother, big frilly dresses, and a helecopter. It is a great imaginative film by Jacques Demy (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg). I'd show it to the kids.
Matt H (nl) wrote: Entertaining enough, although a little too mild in its main storyline. There's never even a hint of actual possible infidelity, making the whole movie kind of pointless.
Greg W (br) wrote: a sequel of sorts to capra's 'lady for a day"