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Movie Series - Diary of A Wimpy Kid

A popular series of films based on the young persons books by Jeff Kinney. To date, three films have been released: Diary of A Wimpy Kid (2010), Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules (2011), and Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (2012). All three films were produced with a combined budget of under $60 million and have to date returned nearly $300 million dollars in box office sales. Like the books, the films are replete with middle-school humor, especially toilet gags and fart jokes. The films star Zachary Gordon (Greg, the wimpy kid), Robert Capron (Rowley, Greg's best friend) and Devon Bostick (Roderick, Greg's older brother).

Wikipedia Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diary_of_a_Wimpy_Kid_(film_series)
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1 I had my two nephews, ages 9 and 11 for the weekend and we watched all 3 of these movies. At first I was bored, then really bored with all the pee and fart jokes, then I noticed something. The two boys were rooting for the underdog, this kid who was the object of bullying by the other kids at his school and by his own brother. The stories in each of the films involved being true to yourself, standing up for your beliefs, and being a loyal friend. Sometimes it takes a few fart jokes to get the attention of kids this age. I can overlook the gross-out humor since the messages the movies deliver are excellent. -- Submitted By: (spacer) on June 4, 2015, 7:16 am - (0 votes) - Login to Vote
2 I was glad to see this movie series pop up on BTF. There are 3 movies so far, based on the Wimpy Kid books that middle school and younger kids (especially boys) find hysterical and addicting. Parents tend to hate the books for their crude subject matter but teachers love them since it motivates adolescent boys to actually pick up a book and read as a form of entertainment! The movies are faithful in their depiction of gross-out situations including plenty of bathroom humor and of course, the gold standard of kid-humor, fart jokes. The movies are good-natured and the characters always learn a valuable lesson by the end. The Wimpy Kid books are right up there with the Captain Underpants series for making parents uncomfortable, that alone should be a glowing endorsement. The films must be their worst nightmare come true, a popular series of films that their kids will whine them to death in order to get to see them. -- Submitted By: (martymarty) on June 1, 2015, 12:00 pm - (0 votes) - Login to Vote

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