The Wiz Kid (1989)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi

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Bodo is a kid with abnormally high intelligence, a samurai sword toting father and a robotic orangutan. Unfortunately, all this leaves him with a minimum of social skills, so what's a boy ... See full summary »



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5 April 2005 | despin-1
| Great Kidfilm
This is a very good film for kids and teenagers. I was about 13 years old, when I watched it the first time. I especially liked the music scenes. The actress has a very good voice. And she is really cute ;-). It's all about a shy guy, who uses it's genius to create a better image of himself. But things going out of control, when the copy starts his own life and get's the girl, the genius is secretly in love with. But Bodo not only has to fight with his own copy, but also with a school bully and some gangsters, who try to steal his invention.

But I think it's not available any more in stores. I search everywhere, but couldn't find it.

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Comedy | Romance | Sci-Fi


Release Date:

2 March 1989



Country of Origin

West Germany

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