The Sleepover Club (2003)

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family

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In an effort to solidify their friendship, five young girls have decided to start a sleepover club, promising that they will take turns having sleepovers once a week.


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29 June 2004 | drummer-girl
Actually Quite Good!
When i first had a look at this show i was skeptical. However, i found this quite enjoyable. Yes it is not exactly working the brain, however, the quirky plot lines, quick wit and good acting make this show worthwhile.

The characters are typical early teen girls who have the whole one minute hate the next love boys thing going on, they have the normal problems with the parents and teachers and of course within themselves as well. This is what makes the show quite reasonably believable.

The acting is great! Eliza Taylor-Cotter and Ryan Corr are definitely stand-outs, however that is not to say that the others are weak. Quite on the contrary, all produce effortlessly realistic, sensitive dramatic and cleverly funny performances.

The clinch of the show though are the little skits; what happens in the girls imaginations. They are absolutely hilarious. It's quick witty and clever humor all rolled into one.

Overall a quite decent show.

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AUD8,000,000 (estimated)

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