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Watch it as a parody, if you can; the rest is uncertain
Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2021
Considering it was low-budget, it's not so terrible, but quite irritating, quite often.
The script, however, is quite inane with is crudeness: Besides other mundane expressions, "OMG!" and "Are you all right?" are uttered countless times, just like in all movies distributed in the US and related countries in the past 40-50 years.
As other commenters observed, the boy can hardly act, but at least is not looking disturbing, as opposed to the girl. Mom and Dad's acting were fine.
The plot itself could have been used for a satire or a slapstick, but not with such an unimaginative scriptwriter, whose vocabulary is at the grade-school level and the consistency of the story is something a second-grader could have made up.
It drags out the beginning for half an hour and foul language presides. In the second half, it speeds up, but the genre becomes even more mixed, because slapstick joins the romance/spy story sideshows.
It reminds me of "Gotcha!" from 1986 (I believe, that's the date), but that one never forgot that it was slapstick. This one should have focused on that and it would have been good!
If you are able to suspend your disbelief and forget about thinking, you might like this one, too.