Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories
Bedtime Stories

Year

2008

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

The tales Uncle Skeeter tells aren't just any bedtime stories. Every evening, he entertains his nephew and niece, Patrick and Bobbi, with some amazing adventures, and they come up with clever suggestions and improvements - some of which have a strange way of turning up in real life the next day. Sometimes, that can be a good thing, and other times, it can cause a whole lot of trouble. A combination of big special effects and old-fashioned comedy make this a fun, imaginative film about storytelling.

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Contains mild language and comic slapstick violence.

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