You're Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley's School Dance Party (2000)

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Mary-Kate and Ashley are inviting you to their party.


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31 March 2002 | l_barnes87
Grow up, Mary-Kate and Ashley!
I used to love Mary-Kate and Ashley so much. But when you watch this movie you see that they are much too old. They should stop playing roles like these, because it will be the roles that turn them into child stars that get on drugs, like Anissa Jones or Gary Coleman. This movie is kind of weird, with songs like Noise about Boys and the Waiting Game. Mary-Kate and Ashley have to realize that they aren't cute little 8-year-olds anymore and they can't keep playing such childish roles. P.S. Safron Star, they do go to a private school and are actually spoiled b*tches who are mean to everybody.

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English


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USA

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Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, USA

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