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Read It and Weep [Zapped Edition] [DVD] [2006]

SKU:8178232
Release Date:01/16/2007
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    Overview

    Special Features


    • Making of Read It and Weep-go behind the scenes with the cast
    • "Outside Looking In" music video-performed by Jordan Pruitt
    • Sisters-a behind-the-scenes interview with Kay and Danielle Panabaker
    • Journal-find out which cast members keep journals in real life

    Synopsis


    Read It and Weep
    Originally produced and aired during the summer of 2006 on The Disney Channel, the gentle, family-friendly teen comedy Read It and Weep constitutes an adaptation of Julia DeVillers' popular 2004 young-adult novel How My Journal Became a Bestseller. The film revolves around Jamie (Kay Panabaker), a pretty and intelligent high-school freshman, but also a complete wallflower who spends the majority of her time daydreaming and scribbling in her personal journal, and whose chances of entering the popular cliques are slim at best. Jamie carries a secret weapon, however: a brash and sharp-tongued alter ego named Isabella, or "Is" (played by Kay Panabaker's twin sister, Danielle Panabaker), who parades through the halls and classrooms of her high school with not an iota of self-doubt in her mind, and who manages, in no time flat, to throw her enemies into detention and win the devotion of the most popular boy in her school. Then, one day, Jamie's life turns a corner when, in an attempt to meet a class deadline, she accidentally turns in her private journal instead of a composition assignment -- and her teacher promptly turns it into a best-seller. Alexandra Krosney, Marquise C. Brown, Jason Dolley, and Nick Whitaker co-star; Patrick J. Clifton and Beth Rigazio co-wrote the adaptation. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Kay Panabaker
      Kay Panabaker




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