Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Family


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Max Keeble, the victim of his 7th grade class, plots revenge when he learns he's moving; it backfires when he doesn't move after all.

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9 August 2002 | computerfreak652
It was OK, but not great.
I liked it, I mean it was funny, but still Middle School is really not like that, and where would you find the time to say put Robe in that glass cage? And wouldn't Troy McGinty get in trouble too for coming into the auditorium late as well as Max?

Overall I'd give it a 7/10. I mean, it wasn't THAT bad!

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Did You Know?

Trivia

(at around 13 mins) Alex D. Linz described his experience of being thrown into a pool of mud by saying "This has got to be one of the most disgusting experiences of my professional life."


Quotes

Principal Jindraike: Stop smiling! This isn't a happy place.


Goofs

When Max is telling Robe and Megan that he's moving to Chicago, Robe says that they call Chicago the Motor City, because of carjackers. This is incorrect. However, while it could be true about carjackers stealing cars, Chicago is not the Motor City. Detroit is actually the Motor City and Chicago is the Windy City.


Crazy Credits

During the end credits, the McGoogles TV show theme song plays in the background.


Alternate Versions

The DVD contains the following deleted scenes:

  • Max and his friends see the Worried Kid forget his locker combination.
  • Megan and Robe discuss Max's flirtations with Jenna.
  • Dobbs steals Megan's clarinet "for collateral."
  • Extended scene of Jindrake reprimanding Max, then pushing him away to flirt with Ms. Dingham.
  • Max's father discussing moving plans at work on the telephone, then injuring himself with a prop related to his costume after talking to his boss.
  • Troy McGinty encountering McGoogles for the first time since he was a small child, just as he was about to attack another student.
  • Dobbs hassles another school secretary after his PDA is stolen.
  • Extended version of the arrival of "Crazy Legs" Knebworth, and Megan recovering her stolen clarinet.
  • A small dog escaping from a car in the parking lot to attack Jindrake in the school hallway.
  • Extended scene of Robe & Megan waiting for Max to arrive at his own party.
  • A clip from the McGoogles show.


Soundtracks

...Baby One More Time
Written by
Max Martin
Performed by Britney Spears
Courtesy of Jive Records

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Comedy | Crime | Family

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