Mitchie is back with her friends at Camp Rock, ready to perform music, dance and have a good time. Her "boyfriend" is there as well. A new camp has opened across the lake, creating an atmosphere of competition or feud.
Teddy Duncan's middle-class family embarks on a plane flight from their Denver home to visit Mrs. Duncan's parents, the Blankenhoopers, in Palm Springs - all except daughter Teddy and mother Amy, for whom a cross country odyssey begins when a chance at free plane fare leads to a curtailed bus ride, a nightmarish experience in a Yugo, hitchhiking with a pair of alien abductees, and peddling through the desert on a tandem bike. All the while, the male Duncans survive a zany Christmas with Grandpa and Grandma Blankenhooper.Written by
Disney / revised by statmanjeff
Teddy is filming Charlie putting the star on the tree, as seen through the camera's eye. Teddy then puts the camera away. Charlie is then seen through the camera's eye again. See more »
[doing a selfie video]
Guess what, Charlie? We're one day away from going on your first trip on an airplane, and celebrating our first Christmas at Grandma and Grandpa's new condo in Palm Springs! You're going to have so much fun.
[nearby on the phone]
No, no, no, Mom, you have to toddler-proof the place.
[continuing her video]
Just so long as you don't touch anything.
No, anything breakable has to be at least three feet off the ground.
[broken vase at her little feet]
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You really have to be fans of the Good Luck Charlie show from Disney to appreciate the film. Viewing the show and knowing the characters will give you
a leg up on those watching this film cold.
Saying that this is a typical family oriented Disney product about the Duncan
family leaving cold and snowy Denver for a Palm Springs Christmas with the
maternal grandparents Michael Kagen and Debra Monk.
But a mixup with the plane tickets has Eric Allen Kramer, Jason Dolley, and
Bradley Steven Perry flying and Lynn-Allyn Baker and Bridget Mendler using
whatever ground transportation they can scrounge. Baby Charlie goes with
Scrounge they have to as the two windup in all kinds of exotic adventures. Usually because Baker has a pugnacious personality and opens her mouth at
the wrong time. They also at some point have to sing for their supper and
Bridget Mendler can certainly sing.
Leaving Eric Allen Kramer with his supercritical mother-in-law ain't working
out for him either. Jason Dolley gets a nasty sunburn, the kind kids from
Denver don't get unless they like the desert. And Bradley Steven Perry regrets
turning Grandpa on to video games.
Especially for fans of the show it's a nice Christmas movie. It works out kind
of crazily for all.
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