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I understand the release date is 2007, but this movie had to be filmed several years ago based on the age of Lil Romeo. He appears to be around 14 when this was filmed. Never mind, I just checked Wikipedia. This movie was filmed in 2005, he would have been 14 to 15. I KNEW I was not crazy. He looks so much younger (and shorter) than he is currently in 2008. The movie wasn't all that great, but then again, it was rather wholesome and not filled with a lot of cursing, booty shaking, half-naked folks. I am not a prude mind you, but just glad that it is something I wouldn't mind the children watching. That is hard to find these days.
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