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Catch That Kid Movie Review

If you're looking for a movie filled with action, adventure, laughs and a touch of romance - you're looking for Catch That Kid! Back to Article

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dadette230
dadette230 wrote:
2013-09-07 09:44:45 -0700

BEST MOVIE EEEEEEEEEEEVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRR

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7.XI
7.XI wrote:
2010-10-16 06:37:13 -0700

Best. Movie. EVER!

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Cutest Kid? Vote!

  • Max Theiriot (Gus) is the cutest kid in Catch That Kid.
  • I am soooo crushing on Kristen Stewart (Maddy).
  • I think Corbin Bleu (Austin) is the cutest by far!
  • They are all adorable!

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