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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears, appears in the ''Ramona'' books, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.



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* AdaptationTitleChange: ''Ramona and Beezus'' is based on ''Ramona Quimby''.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Beezus in the books isn't ugly, per se, but somewhat gawky and acne-ridden like a typical adolescent. Not so here.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Beezus in the books isn't ugly, per se, but somewhat gawky and acne-ridden like a typical adolescent. Not so here. Being played by Selena Gomez helps.



* BrattyHalfPint: Ramona has her moments, but Willa Jean is the real culprit here

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* BrattyHalfPint: Ramona has her moments, but Willa Jean is the real culprit herehere.


* AdaptedOut: Grandpa Day (Mrs. Quimby and Aunt Bea's father) was mentioned a couple of times throughout the series, and shows up in person in "Ramona Forever" for Aunt Bea's wedding. He did not appear in the movies at all.

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* AdaptedOut: Grandpa Day (Mrs. Quimby and Aunt Bea's father) was mentioned a couple of times throughout the series, and shows up in person in "Ramona Forever" for Aunt Bea's wedding. He did not appear in the movies movie at all.

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* ScarilySpecificStory: Ramona comes home from school with a bad report card. That night, Beezus scares her with a story about a monster who feeds on "[[CatchphraseInsult pests]] with bad report cards".


* AdaptedOut: Grandpa Day (Mrs. Quimby and Aunt Bea's father) was mentioned a couple of times throughout the series, and showed up in person in "Ramona Forever" for Aunt Bea's wedding. He did not appear in the movies at all.

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* AdaptedOut: Grandpa Day (Mrs. Quimby and Aunt Bea's father) was mentioned a couple of times throughout the series, and showed shows up in person in "Ramona Forever" for Aunt Bea's wedding. He did not appear in the movies at all.



* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears or even gets mentioned in the Ramona books, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears or even gets mentioned in the Ramona books, appears, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.

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* AllThereInTheScript: Ramona's music teacher is named Mr. Clay, but it's only mentioned in the credits and not in the film itself.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Ramona to Beezus.


[[caption-width-right:250:A Little Sister Goes A Long Way]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:A Little Sister Goes A Long Way]]


* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears or even gets mentioned in the books, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.

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* PromotedToLoveInterest: Henry Huggins becomes Beezus's LoveInterest in the movie, even though he rarely ever appears or even gets mentioned in the Ramona books, implying that their friendship has somewhat drifted apart since the events of ''Literature/HenryHuggins'' series.


* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: In the books Ramona's baby sister, Roberta, was born after Aunt Bea's wedding. Here, Roberta has been born from the start (and is the reason why the house it getting renovated), in order to show the wedding as the ''true'' climax of the movie.

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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: In the books books, Ramona's baby sister, Roberta, was is born after Aunt Bea's wedding. Here, Roberta has already been born from the start (and is (in fact, she's the reason why the house it is getting renovated), in order to show the wedding as the ''true'' climax of the movie.


* NonIndicativeTitle: Despite the title being an inversion of the first book's title ("Beezus and Ramona"), that book has the least amount of material used in the movie, and much of the film's plot actually comes from the fourth book ''Ramona and Her Father''.

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* NonIndicativeTitle: Despite the title being an inversion of the first book's title ("Beezus and Ramona"), that book has the least amount of material used in the movie, and much most of the film's plot actually comes from the fourth book and seventh books ''Ramona and Her Father''.Father'' and ''Ramona Forever''.

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* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: In the books Ramona's baby sister, Roberta, was born after Aunt Bea's wedding. Here, Roberta has been born from the start (and is the reason why the house it getting renovated), in order to show the wedding as the ''true'' climax of the movie.


* CompressedAdaptation: The movie hits on most the major plot events of the entire book series (Ramona's father getting laid off (from "Ramona and her Father"), their house getting renovated, Ramona's runaway attempt (from "Ramona and her Mother"), Aunt Bea getting married (from "Ramona Forever"), etc.) by making them all happen in a relatively short time period.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The movie hits on most the major plot events of the entire book series (Ramona's series: Ramona's father getting laid off (from "Ramona and her Father"), their house getting renovated, renovated (from "Ramona the Brave"), Ramona's runaway attempt (from "Ramona and her Mother"), Ramona throwing up in class (from "Ramona Quimby: Age 8"), Aunt Bea getting married (from "Ramona Forever"), etc.) by making them all happen in a relatively short time period.

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