Third grader Judy Moody sets out to have the most thrilling summer of her life.
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As the title concludes, this is a film supposedly meant for summer fun,but I can say it is a pretty bad one at that. I had strong reasons notto watch this in cinema, two of which being the majority of negativereviews and unpleasant comments from people I know. Now that I havefinally got my copy and seen it, I am so glad that I decided not to getdragged to watch this.The story is about how a preteen girl spends a summer with a plan toscore "thrill points" and how it goes all wrong. Well, the idea is notthat bad, not at all.But the movie just fails to deliver anything as a whole. I personallyfind Judy Moody a bit creepy, and the way she acts and looks simplydoes not "fit in" to the group compared to other kids. A youngeractress would be a lot better. Well, maybe it's just me.A nice story with some fun moments would have made up for thatcreepiness anyway. Sadly that is not the case. I cannot really say theplot has anything unfitting and fatally incorrect in it. It is justnothing special and nothing fun. This summer is really a bummer for thekids.There are loads of kids movies out there to learn from, to borrow ideasfrom. The story can be simple and fun, in the typical style of kidsmovies, and adults can be happy to see that their kids have fun whilehaving something to learn from in the end. But no. There is absolutelynothing in this for kids to learn from, let alone have fun.It's probably not the worst kids movie I've seen, but it's truly close.For me, I don't think it is worth one and a half hour of your time onthis.
Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer. Just the name will make youcringe. From two words that rhyme in the title, spelling out a phraseso childish it begs an explanation. Alas, this is not the movie for me.It wasn't made with me in mind. Yet, I fell obligated to give my twocents about it. Because there's nothing that says I can't see it. Butafter reading the title a person should know if they want to see this.It's a kids movie. That doesn't mean it has to stoop to the level ofutter immaturity. It basks in the same light Nickelodeon's dreadfulTelevision series iCarly does. It relies on repetitive, goofy phrasesand dopey antics to keep the plot moving. My question is very simpleand bloomed from around the hour mark; why is this summer so filmworthy? Why couldn't this summer be contained to a Disney Channelproject. It would've saved a lot of innocent parents a wretched trip tothe theater.To revisit my point, kid films don't have to be so immature. Theychoose to be since we all know it's easier to be immature than beclever. Rather than telling a sweet parable, Judy Moody relies onunfunny antics and a sickening, rambunctious color scheme to carryitself past the eighty minute mark. By thirty minutes we've had enough.At least when this airs on Nickelodeon or Disney Channel in a year orso parents will be blessed with commercial breaks to give them a breakfrom the absolute chaotic camaraderie that just unfolded on screen.Judy Moody is portrayed by Jordana Beatty. She is not the kind ofactress one views as the cute movie girl that makes people go "aww"when something adorable happens. She's more the kind where one smallfacial expression on her face could bring an unpleasant one on yours.Judy is determined to have a "not bummer summer" and concocts a "ThrillPoint" chart where her and her friends will earn useless "ThrillPoints" if they complete some sort of cockamamie activity like ridingon a roller-coaster or walking a tightrope.With the help of her annoying brother Stink (Mosteller) and her AuntOpal (Graham) Judy sets out to have a great summer. One problem, manyof her close friends will spend the summer doing strange things no kiddoes. One is going to Borneo. I couldn't help but think of Survivorwhen I heard that, and then realized I should be watching that instead.The biggest problem is the excessive use of mind-numbing slang words.Judy continues to drop slang words in an incoherent and maddeningfashion. She says words and phrases like "mega-totally," "rare,""thrill," "thrill-a-rama," "intergalactic booger," "poop picnic," etc.All of which are harmless, but woefully unnecessary. Why does the filmneed so many bizarre catchphrases. Going back to iCarly, the two wordsthat show has a love affair with are "hobo" and "nub." Why? Not sure,but all I know is neither of those words are funny. Even in the contextthey use them in.The setting look to be colored in with a crayon. It reminds me of whenTechnicolor first came out in 1922 and companies were forcing theirfilms into it. One of the first huge Technicolor films was in 1939 withthe beloved classic The Wizard of Oz. The colors are so vibrant andbright they almost make your eyes hurt. Judy Moody uses them a lot. Thebright atmosphere is another harmless add, so that will definitely keeplittle kids intrigued.When recommending this film I have to say kids under six willappreciate it. Boys are girls I'm not sure. Probably more girls thanboys. Despite its jolly disposition, Judy Moody and the NOT BummerSummer is for the most part dreadful and gives kids no knowledge ormoral in return. Instead of taking a child to see something that willnot further their decision making or behavior, I'd recommend rentingsomething like Secondhand Lions or Shiloh. They'll learn a lot more,and parents will feel they've spent their money on somethingworthwhile. Not something tacky and void of any morals or amusement.Starring: Jordana Beatty, Parris Mosteller, and Heather Graham.Directed by: John Schultz.
I really enjoyed watching this Fantastic successful family movie,it wasgreat fun and never got bored with it.The acting was brilliant and thekids were so cute and so funny that I wished I had kids like them,thisis not exaggeration at all.Judy Moody is a cuddly kid in 3rd grade and this exceptional year sheplans her extraordinary summer vacation with her best cute friendsRocky and Amy.So Judy packed all her things with her includingcandy,toys and kids stuff and invited her friends to accompany her inthis outstanding Summer Vacation.Unfortunately for Judy Her firstfriend Rocky is going to circus camp to learn to tame lions,determinedJudy didn't despair she talks to Amy who is also busy this summer butin something else traveling to Borneo with her mom to save a losttribe. Alas for the lovely Judy she could not help but stay home withher troublesome little brother Stink and second best friend FrankPearl.Poor little beautiful girl Judy while she was dreaming of having awhale of time swimming in the sea,having fun ,eating ice cream &playing with her best friends,things turned out quite the opposite forher.But this is not the end of the world for the gorgeous Judy,she suddenlyhears that her parents will spend the Summer Vacation in California andJudy can go with them & stay with her Aunt Opal, whom she has nevereven met! Nevertheless beautiful, smart,strong and cute Judy went To Californiabut what she doesn't know is that she has to face there one of the mostpleasant and unexpected surprises she has never ever seen which willpositively change her mood in a funny mysterious way you'll detect itssplendor in this masterpiece Guaranteed entertaining family movie.
I should not be giving this movie a review but since I have seen it Imight as well because you guys just want to torture me don't you? Welllets get started.The film is about Judy Moody played by a very annoying Jordana Beattywho is just so worried about not having a bummer summer by inventing asystem called thrill points and whoever gets the most amount wins. Sheis also visited by her eccentric Aunt Opal played by the wonderfulHeather Graham.The film is just a big fat mess. To be honest I was pretty shocked tosee some people like this movie. In fact if you look at it this movieher whole summer she is so depressed until the last 5 minutes. Pleasedo not see this movie.Rated PG For Some Mild Rude Humor And Language.1hr 31min/91min.BOMB/****
Nine-year-old, Makai Weber Colvin, a KIDS FIRST youth film critic reviewed the new "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer" movie and couldn't have been more glowing in her comments:I liked this movie because it has a lot of fun and action in it. The super-silly mix of animation and live action, is the perfect way to tell this story, it makes you feel like you're actually there having fun with the characters.Jordana Beatty plays the part of Judy Moody, a young girl with a really wild imagination. When her summer plans get turned upside down, Judy starts a "Thrill Contest" with her three best friends. Unfortunately, all Judy's thrills get spoiled, until she joins her brother Stink on the hunt for Big Foot, who's been seen around their town. I really liked Aunt Opal, played by Heather Graham, because she's like a kid in a grown-up body. She makes every scene exciting. Judy's teacher, Mr. Todd, (Jaleel White), is every kid's dream he's charming and makes learning a joyful adventure.If your summer is getting boring, or if you want to make it even more fun, check out "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer" when it comes to a theater near you. I suggest this movie for kids of all ages and even most parents will like it. I give it five-out-of-five stars. Catch Judy Moody to make your summer a "Not Bummer."
I had a free pass which ONLY could be used for this movie; otherwise,its gag-inducing trailer might have kept me away. (Hollywood's goal forALL its comedy previews these days seems hell-bent on making viewersbarf, perhaps with the hope that they will blame it on a virus or foodpoisoning, rush home without seeing the movie they paid for--or gettinga refund, and then come back and PAY AGAIN for the movie they wanted tosee in the first place. Well, if most Americans are THAT stupid, thenmaybe Owen Wilson SHOULD be president!) Though Jordana Beatty as JUDYMOODY is not really the cutest or most entertaining girl on the block(the Fanning sisters qualify as today's Shirley Temples), BUMMER SUMMERcould perhaps pass as DIARY OF A WIMPY KID for the short female set.When all the gross sight gags crammed into the preview are spread outthrough 91 minutes, its sort of like a farmer fertilizing his field:not so bad (if you don't get caught downwind). And with Heather Grahamas Judy's Aunt Opal, this kid pic kind of gets my sympathy vote. Oh,what Roller Girl's stooped down to!
So I watched the film and thought that this is just garbage, I washoping that there would be some enticing and extravagant middle orending but there wasn't. The acting was dreadful, I thought to myselfthat there could have been a change but there wasn't how do kids getthese jobs, they need to mature and get some acting skill. Now I willtalk about Heather Graham she is unbelievably hot like Holy Crap she isbeautiful in every way even her movies are good to watch but how onearth did she decide to choose this. I watched an interview on how shethought on the movie, she said it was fun to make which it probablywould because it would have only took a few weeks due to the fact itlooked like there was no effort put into it, any how I could see thatshe was thinking that she had made a large mistake. The actors were notchosen well and the storyline was terrible so I am begging to you DONOT WATCH THIS MOVIE it is garbage.from your Down Under friend, ishotacop
Sometimes things like the economy, gas prices, apocalypse theories, andlocal news reports can get you down. If you need a pick-me-up,sometimes it helps to see a kid's or family movie. The vision ofreckless adventures and colorfully spirited humor can give a person anostalgic view of the past. Yeah, that works with some kid's movies.This one, on the other hand, made the gas prices look like nothing. Notonly were there serious problems with the title, poster, characternames and personalities, and overall conflicts of the storyline; butthe movie itself sucked too. Anyone who says that the audience wasn'tmassive enough, or that this movie didn't get enough credit, ishorribly wrong. I saw this film with my nephew, who is 8, and he gaveup and left the theater after about 30 minutes. And kids love going tothe movies. He spent the remaining hour of the film walking around themovie theater lobby eating popcorn. Bottom line, This is definitely theworst theatrically released film of the summer. No questions asked. Thewriters of this film deserve every poor review and every lost cent. Idon't personally believe in 2012, but after seeing this movie, I'mstarting to seriously reconsider.