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Working at a dairy and/or on a farm is apparently a common DCOM punishment, especially if you are starring in it with your real-life sibling. They can't all be winners.) Disney Channel and apartheid are not a recipe for success.In this one, which stars the eldest and youngest Lawrence brothers, a mean 20-year-old living in L. is forced to spend time on his cousin’s ranch in Montana. Shia La Beouf plays a teenager named Eddie with a developmental disability whose twin sister Tru is making a documentary about him in this DCOM, which also features Mare Winningham. The sequel to Horse Sense deserves slightly better placement on this list for four reasons: 1) Middle Lawrence brother Matthew joins, 2) It is set in Australia, 3) There are pirates, 4) Reverend Camden from 7th Heaven is in it. This is definitely the most racially charged DCOM (and perhaps piece of Disney Channel content) ever. C., black teen Piper Dellums is excited to host an African exchange student, until she finds out it’s a white South African girl named Mahree. In this one, a family with two children moves into the town where their grandfather has just died and the son thinks his spirit is trying to tell them something.
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That aside, Rip Girls is mostly a sweet story of tween girl friendship, starring a young Camilla Belle.
If it didn't make you want to learn to surf, it at least made you want to rush to the Pac Sun in the mall and get a pair of cool board shorts.
This is a movie about a teenage boy who adopts a dog solely for the purpose of entering him in a dog show to win money to buy the last comic in his Gotham Man collection. After a technical malfunction, a married pair of scientists begin regressing in age (only mentally though — not full-on Benjamin Button) and their kids (one of whom is played by Tahj Mowry) realize that the fish their parents were experimenting on regressed to the point of disappearing, hence the title. His clone is named Twoie, there is a kidnapping storyline, Alison Pill plays Will’s sister, and for the love of HSM, this dancing needs to stop. Brown at her most annoying: Selfish big sister Jamie (good name though) was not understanding of the fact that her parents had to care for not one, not two, not three, not four, but FIVE new babies.
In this Orphan Black-meets-Alex Mack tale, Lawrence plays a seventh-grader named Will who accidentally clones himself using a kit from the “Ocean Pups” science organization after stirring water with his comb that has his hair on it.