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Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid/Gym Teacher/The Last Day of Summer/Shredderman Rules! [DVD]

Release Date:10/21/2014
This set of four family-friendly comedies includes Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid Movie, Shredderman Rules!, The Last Day of Summer, and Gym Teacher: The Movie.
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    Roxy Hunter and the Myth of the Mermaid
    Pint sized super-sleuth Roxy Hunter (Aria Wallace) attempts to discover the true identity of a soggy stranger who may just be a real-life mermaid in this made for television mystery for the entire family. A taciturn newcomer with no belongings and no memory of the past has just wandered into town. Dubbed Annie Nonimous by the quick witted Roxy, the young girl goes from suspicious to fascinating when she comes home soaked head to toe several nights in a row. Roxy suspects that she may be a mermaid, but can she prove her theory when everyone around her claims that there are no such creature actually exists? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Gym Teacher: The Movie
    The newest nerd in school joins forces with the one-time Olympic hopeful whose failure at the Seoul Games made all of America cringe in this Nichelodeon Original Movie. Try as he might, there's just no disguising the fact that Hamm Lake Middle School's newest arrival won't be scoring any winning touchdowns in the near future; not only is Roland (Nathan Kress) hopelessly inept when it comes to sports, but he can usually be found somewhere in a corner with his nose buried in a book. Enter beloved Hamm Lake Middle School gym teacher Dave Stewie (Christopher Meloni). Dave represented his country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, though his disastrous vault went on to become one of the greatest bloopers in sports history. Now, the National Gym Class Fitness Competition is fast closing in, and Dave is catching heat from the principal (Amy Sedaris) to whip the students into shape. Could Roland be just the kind of underdog Dave needs to lead his school to victory at the National Gym Class Fitness Competition? As Roland and Dave get busy training, a devious gym teacher (David Alan Grier) at a rival school plots subterfuge from afar. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Shredderman Rules
    A kid discovers a unique way to stand up for himself and his friends in this family-friendly comedy-drama from director Savage Steve Holland. Nolan Byrd (Devon Werkheiser) is a bright fifth grader who has a knack for creating electronic gizmos and a fondness for remote-control model planes. Nolan is also skinny and shy, which makes him a constant target for thick-headed bully Bubba Bixby (Andrew Caldwell), the son of local sewage magnate Bob Bixby (Daniel Roebuck). Bubba makes life miserable for most of the students at Nolan's school, including Isabel (Francia Almendarez), the girl Nolan worships from afar, but no one is sure what to so about him. An assignment from his teacher Mr. Green (Tim Meadows) gives Nolan the idea to secretly videotape Bubba as he tortures his classmates and post the results online, where parents, teachers and others can see him in action. Needing an alter ego, Nolan creates the online identity "Shredderman," and soon "Shredderman"'s website is the talk of the school as he exposes Bubba's misdeeds to the world. However, "Shredderman" soon has bigger fish to fry when he uncovers evidence that Bob Bixby is planning a scam that will bilk the city for an expensive water processing plant they don't need. Shredderman Rules was based on the popular Shredderman novels for kids by author Wendelin Van Draanen. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    The Last Day of Summer
    When a young boy who is about to enter middle school makes a wish that summer will never end, he receives the unique opportunity to live the last day of summer until he finally determines exactly the kind of person he wants to become. It's the last day of summer, and Luke, A.J., and Riley are all about to experience their first day of middle school. As the young trio prepares for the debut of their band Steel Monkey at the local town fair, Luke's older sister makes a comment that leaves her sibling more nervous than ever before at the prospect of entering the next phase of his education. As a result, Luke wishes for a "do-over" day, and is surprised when his wish actually comes true. With all the time in the world to impress his secret crush, stand up to the biggest bully in the neighborhood, and work up the courage to take on the local half-pipe, Luke will finally unlock his true potential and enter middle school with a newfound sense of confidence and self-assurance. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Aria Wallace
      Aria Wallace - Roxy Hunter
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      Robin Brûlé
    • Demetrius Joyette
      Demetrius Joyette
    • Vik Sahay
      Vik Sahay
    • Kevin Jubinville
      Kevin Jubinville

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