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Recess: Schools Out
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Recess: Schools Out

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In an exciting adventure that tells a group of friends at the end of their academic year. The story begins with the little student T.J. at the end of his school year, where Detweiler decided to make a summer trip after the end of the semester with friends. When friends make a fun and exciting trip through a state of public entertainment, it seems that the journey will turn into a fierce battle, because T.J and friends must search for it before it disappears forever in the vicinity of that region.
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Dwayne E. Leslie
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June 05, 2002

This is a smart story and well paced.
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Chris Gore
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December 06, 2005

It has my favorite characters and it's kind of like a mystery.
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Carrie Rickey

February 16, 2001

Refreshingly subversive.
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Tom Meek
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March 24, 2002

Director Chuck Sheetz spins it into an enjoyable breeze. The humor regularly hits the mark, and the kid lessons are well baked.
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John Monaghan

February 16, 2001

About as exciting as a lunchbox full of carrot sticks.
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Nell Minow

December 28, 2010

Simply a TV episode blown up for the big screen.
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Geoff Andrew
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June 24, 2006

Its well characterised comedy of playground manners and teasing social awareness rings confidently through.
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Marrit Ingman
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March 10, 2003

The film never gets too far beyond disposable youth fare, best consumed like mouthfuls of sugary cereal.
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Mike Clark
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February 16, 2001

Passably speedy on the level of other TV retreads that seem miscast on the big screen.
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John R. McEwen
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February 08, 2003

If you have to take the kids to a low-rent cartoon, this experience at least is enjoyably trippy.
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Christine Dolen

February 16, 2001

Whimsical, engaging.
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Wesley Morris
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February 16, 2001

It's fun, it's kind of somber and it succeeds in making you think about how you might be squandering middle age.
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