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The Baby:Sitters Club (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Schuyler Fisk, Bre Blair, Rachael Leigh Cook, Larisa Oleynik, Tricia Joe
  • Directors: Melanie Mayron
  • Writers: Ann M. Martin, Dalene Young
  • Producers: Armyan Bernstein, Deborah Forte, Eileen Cowel, Jane Startz, Marc Abraham
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 16 2003
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AKCJK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,411 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melodramatic Library Geek on June 26 2004
Format: VHS Tape
This is a very nice and easy going movie that gives a great look at Ann Martin's classic book series. I have to agree that even though Schuyler Fisk is a good actress (she's Sissy Spacek's daughter) she just didn't capture the character and confidence that Kristy has in the book series. Kristy in the movie is whiny and unsure of herself and apologetic. Kristy in the book series is loud and bossy, ever-so-confident and headstrong.
However, the movie is a pleasure to watch over and over again. Rachel Leigh Cook shines as Mary Anne; quiet, reserved, and lovely. Plus Claudia, Dawn, and the rest of the club members were acted well. The movie is not just based on a single BSC book, but chooses to concentrate mainly on the relationship between Kristy and her Dad. She and the other club members also run a summer play camp, which they do many times in the book series, and it features true girl situations, from boys to bullies, from anger to laughter, from trouble with babies to cranky next door neighbors. The ending was cute and is the best part, definitely because Cokie gets what she deserves! For a BSC fan, this movie is very satisfying. Overall, a great movie that shows how fun true friends really are!!
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Clearly the writer/director had an axe to grind against all men. Every male in this movie was depicted as childish, ignorant, callous,irresponsible or moronic. It was clear by the dialogue too that men were considered part of this world by default and so many problems could be linked to their existance as was clearly indicated by the story line. Since this movie was aimed at young girls, this message was seared into young girls minds further widening the gender gap. In fact in reality in some cases the gender roles were reversed in this movie with the boys only goal in life to get a girl and the girls only thinking of making some project work. It's sad what people wont do to be part of a movie...any ,movie.
Take that out and the movie was still not very good. The logic and logistics of the summer camp weren't spelled out very well and it's a wonder how such a summer camp could exist without adult supervision. The "villans" were overacted, and frankly I was glad when the movie was finaly over.
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By A Customer on May 9 2004
Format: DVD
Yes, the dialogue is corny, Mallory and Jessi get shafted (practically no lines for Jessi at all), and the tv series was much better. But this isn't a terrible movie either. I was a huge fan of the books as a kid, but hadn't seen this movie until my little sister rented it recently. I expected terrible acting, but Rachel Leigh Cook (of She's All That) really stands out as Mary Ann, and Larisa Oleynik (10 Thing I Hate About You, The Secret World of Alex Mack -what a great show!) and Schuyler Fisk (Orange County) do well too. Ellen Burstyn's appearance, while a bit random and very corny, is entertaining. The only one I wasn't impressed with was the actress playing Stacy. There's a whole lot going on in this movie, as each of the five older babysitters gets a least some subplot to herself, but it all ties together pretty well. There are some genuinely funny moments, and some more serious issues as well (Kristy deals with the reappearance of her deadbeat dad, who wants her to keep his presence a secret from her friends and family). While the movie will be most appreciated by younger girls, I think that people like me who grew up in the nineties will get a kick out of it too, with it's dated clothing, music (that awful rap scene!), pop-culture references, and of course, the babysitters themselves (and in their original form, great for those of us who remember the times before Dawn was replaced by Abby and similar blasphemous changes made).
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This has to be one of my favorite Rachael Leigh Cook movies I have seen, it is also the first one I saw. The Babysitter's Club focuses on young girls who are all a part of a club called the Babysitter's Club. I'm not sure how many there are in it but I know they are all girls.
The Babysitter's Club decide to build a Summer Camp for little kids for the Summer. Some of the members of the Babysitter's Club have some of their own troubles like: Kristy's father returning home, Stacey lying to her boyfriend that she is 16 when she is actually 13, Mary Anne having to keep Kristy's secret a secret from the Club and Claudia's test that she is going to have to pass in order to stay in the club.
In the end, everything turns out good: Kristy's father leaves on the day of her birthday but sends letters everyday to her now instead once every year, Stacey's secret has finally been let out and her boyfriend still loves her, Mary Anne now has nothing to hide from the Club and Claudia passes her test. An amazing movie that can never be bored, I've watched it over and over again and I'm still loving it.
Expect to see Schuyler Fisk (plays Kristy Thomas), Bre Blair (plays Stacey McGill), Rachael Leigh Cook (my favorite actress. Plays Mary Anne Spier), Larisa Oleynik (plays Dawn Schafer), Tricia Joe (plays Claudia Kishi) and so on. It's a real good movie so if you haven't seen it, get off your butts and go out there and rent it!
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By Grace on May 26 2002
Format: VHS Tape
I've always been a fan of the Baby-Sitters Club books and the video series, so I enjoyed seeing this movie. In this film, we find the group of girls starting a summer day camp for kids. Kristy is trying to cope with her estranged father's sudden return, Claudia fights to get through summer school, Stacey has a mad crush on a 17-year-old guy, Mary Anne faces challenges with the school snob who's trying to steal her boyfriend, and, most of all, all 7 of them struggle to get through trust issues and such so that they can remain friends. Overall, it's a pretty good movie--very entertaining and a fun film to watch if you're a fan of the books. However, there is one thing about this movie that I never liked ever since I saw it for the first time, and that's the casting of Schuyler Fisk as BSC President Kristy Thomas. In the movie, Kristy seems a little too cowardly and whiny, which is totally against her personality. I loved the girl who played Kristy in the video series. She showed the character as a tough and take-charge tomboy--just as she was meant to be. Schuyler Fisk did do a pretty good job in the role, but the personality of Kristy was completely changed. Other than that, it's a good movie. Fun for everyone. Get it now=)
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