- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 1 hours, 26 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: June 18, 2002
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: Walt Disney Video
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- THX Certified Audio
- Additional Release Material:
- Deleted Scenes
- Featurette: "Alex to the Max"
- Audio Commentary: Mike Karz - Producer, Tim Hill - Director, Alex D. Linz, Larry Miller, and Jami Kennedy - Stars
- Interactive Features:
- Interactive Menus
- Scene Access
- Interactive Games: "Maze Craze"
- Trivia Game:
- "Max Keeble's House of Knowledge and Stuff"
- DVD-ROM Games: "The Ultimate Food Fight"
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Alex D. Linz
Brooke Anne Smith,
Jonathan Bernstein &
Director of Photography:
Executive Production by
Box Office - 12/01/2001
"...Genuinely funny over-the-top humor..."
It's Max Keeble's (Alex D. Linz) first day of seventh grade. He's a good kid who only wants to fit in. But nothing seems to be going his way. The ice cream man tries to foil Max's delivery of the newspaper. The animal shelter where Max bottle-raised a chimp is closing. The school bully, Troy (Noel Fisher), humiliates Max in front of everybody. Principal Jindraike (Larry Miller) threatens Max because he disrupts the school assembly. And to top it off, Max's parents tell him that they're planning to move to Chicago at the end of the week. With the help of his two kooky friends, Megan (Zena Grey) and Robe (Josh Peck), Max contrives an elaborate retaliation at school. Among other things, the threesome initiate an unusually slimy food fight in the cafeteria, and they terrorize Troy by dressing up as a television character called McGoogle the Highland Frog (reminiscent of Barney). When Max finds out that his parents have changed their minds about moving to Chicago, he must apologize for all the mayhem he's caused and say he's sorry to all of the students and teachers whose feelings he hurt. Actor Linz plays Max with a winning gusto and Miller is funny as a power hungry bureaucrat. Pop music stars Lil' Romeo and Myra have small roles as Max's classmates.
Description by Buena Vista Home Entertainment.:
Disney's Max Keeble's Big Move
Walt Disney Pictures presents the hilarious MAX KEEBLE'S BIG MOVE -- the laugh-out-loud, action-packed comedy your entire family will love. When Max, a much bullied 12-year-old student, finds out he's moving to a new city in one week, he decides he has nothing to lose and develops some very clever schemes to right all the wrongs done to him and his friends. After a week of mayhem, including outrageous pranks, stunts, inventive gadgets, and help from his friends, Max finds out the worst news ever -- he's not moving after all! And now going from underdog to top dog means facing up to the consequences of his actions and developing a whole new set of plans!
Family (General) |
- Theatrical release: October 5, 2001