The Baby Sitters Club
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A "girlfriends" story with a great message for tweens.
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Rotten: The Baby-Sitters Club is like an average installment of the series, aimed at girls who can't get enough of their fictional friends in any form.
- Caryn James, New York Times, Tuesday, May 20, 2003
Rotten: 85 minutes doesn't provide an adequate format for developing seven distinct characters.
- Edward Guthmann, San Francisco Chronicle, Saturday, January 1, 2000
Once again, embarrassed to say that I'v seen most of this. Watch it and seriously tell yourself that you were blown away... You might be stricken down with the plague immediately after
- 21rclemente, Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Giiirl, I do not even care how many people know how much I love this movie. Although the so-called "serious" problem Kristy had with her spineless dad was boring, this brings back childhood memories to the max. Sissy Spacek's daughter was surprisingly impressive, Rachel Leigh Cook was an amazing Mary Ann, and Bre Blair is gorgeous, even at 15 or however old she was. I really want to be friends with all seven of them even though as of now I'm, like, more than four years older than them. I would be Stacey's creepy boyfriend Luca. There is surprisingly a lot of kissing for a middle school movie.
- jennifxu, Monday, July 18, 2011