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* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume, not knowing who Ruth Bader Ginsberg is and saying that her costume choice is nerdy and obscure. In recent years, [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.

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* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume, not knowing who Ruth Bader Ginsberg is and saying that her costume choice is nerdy and obscure. In recent years, the late 2010s, [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had were been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: The movie includes a pre-''Series/SiliconValley'' Creator/ThomasMiddleditch and a pre-''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' Creator/OsricChau in the cast.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content, despite the film being produced by Nickelodeon. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, the acting and pacing are terrible, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim their teen idols]]), but loaded with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content, despite the film being produced by Nickelodeon. Most of the crude, PG-13-rated humor comes off as poor and unfunny, cursing particularly not appropriate for the acting network's target audience, making it too risqué for kids and pacing are terrible, and the film as a whole too childish for everyone else. This is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless what likely led it to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity be a few years after its release.BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).



* TheScrappy: While there are a few people who will defend a few aspects of this movie, ''nobody'' has anything nice to say about April Martin, Wren's best friend. She's a very mean-spirited AlphaBitch who is very offensive to nerds or geeks, and does a lot of inappropriate stuff.
* UncannyValley: Albert, due to his babyish-looking face.
* UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risque for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11.4 million worldwide on a $14 million budget).
* [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids What Do You Mean, It's]] ([[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Not]]) [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids for Kids]]?: See above.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. content, despite the film being produced by Nickelodeon. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, the acting and pacing are terrible, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.



* TheScrappy: While there are a few people who will defend a few aspects of this movie, ''nobody'' has anything nice to say about April Martin, Wren's best friend. She's a very mean-spirited AlphaBitch who is very offensive to nerds or geeks, does a lot of inappropriate stuff.

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* TheScrappy: While there are a few people who will defend a few aspects of this movie, ''nobody'' has anything nice to say about April Martin, Wren's best friend. She's a very mean-spirited AlphaBitch who is very offensive to nerds or geeks, and does a lot of inappropriate stuff.


* TheScrappy: April, Wren's best friend. She's a mean-spirited AlphaBitch who does a lot of inapprorpriate stuff.

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* TheScrappy: April, While there are a few people who will defend a few aspects of this movie, ''nobody'' has anything nice to say about April Martin, Wren's best friend. She's a very mean-spirited AlphaBitch who is very offensive to nerds or geeks, does a lot of inapprorpriate inappropriate stuff.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager ([[Music/Victoria Justice]]) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager ([[Music/Victoria Justice]]) (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy) Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) ([[Music/Victoria Justice]]) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy) Levy). Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.


* UnCannyValley: Albert, due to his babyish-looking face.

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* UnCannyValley: UncannyValley: Albert, due to his babyish-looking face.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: A teenager (Victoria Justice) goes throughout the town of Cleveland on Halloween, looking for her brother Albert (Jane Levy) Almost all of the characters are unlikable and annoying, and it is filled to the brim with swearing, adult humor, and sexual content. Most of the humor comes off as poor and unfunny, and the film as a whole is bland, boring, and forgettable. Needless to say, it didn't do well with critics or with audiences, and it faded into obscurity a few years after its release.



* UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risque for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11.4 million worldwide on a $14m budget).

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* UnCannyValley: Albert, due to his babyish-looking face.
* UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risque for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11.4 million worldwide on a $14m $14 million budget).


* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume, not knowing who Ruth Bader Ginsberg is and saying that her costume choice is nerdy and obscure, in recent years [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.
* TheScrappy: April. She's a mean-spirited AlphaBitch who does a lot of inapprorpriate stuff.
* UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risque for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).

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* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume, not knowing who Ruth Bader Ginsberg is and saying that her costume choice is nerdy and obscure, in obscure. In recent years years, [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.
* TheScrappy: April.April, Wren's best friend. She's a mean-spirited AlphaBitch who does a lot of inapprorpriate stuff.
* UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risque for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 ($11.4 million worldwide on a $14m budget).

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* TheScrappy: April. She's a mean-spirited AlphaBitch who does a lot of inapprorpriate stuff.


* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume saying that the other kids won't find her costume popular, in recent years [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.

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* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume costume, not knowing who Ruth Bader Ginsberg is and saying that the other kids won't find her costume popular, choice is nerdy and obscure, in recent years [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.

Added DiffLines:

* HilariousInHindsight: April mocks Wren for her Ruth Bader Ginsberg costume saying that the other kids won't find her costume popular, in recent years [=RBG=] Halloween costumes had been gaining popularity and flying off shelves.


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it [[UncertainAudience too risqué for kids and too childish for everyone else]]. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: UncertainAudience: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing (including a ThisIsForEmphasisBitch ''in the trailer'') particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it [[UncertainAudience too risqué risque for kids and too childish for everyone else]].else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).


* AudienceAlienatingPremise: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it too risqué for kids and too childish for everyone else. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).
* [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids What Do You Mean, It's]] ([[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Not]]) [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids for Kids]]?: The crude humor and [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F-Strikes]] can lead to a person wondering why it was made by Nickelodeon Movies.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: It's a Nickelodeon movie that plays just like that network's {{kid com}}s (even starring [[Music/VictoriaJustice one of their teen idols]]), but loaded with crude, PG-13-rated humor and cursing particularly not appropriate for the network's target audience, making it [[UncertainAudience too risqué for kids and too childish for everyone else.else]]. This is what likely led it to be a BoxOfficeBomb ($11 million worldwide on a $14m budget).
* [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids What Do You Mean, It's]] ([[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Not]]) [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids for Kids]]?: The crude humor and [[PrecisionFStrike Precision F-Strikes]] can lead to a person wondering why it was made by Nickelodeon Movies.
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