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Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars [DVD, 2010]
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Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars [DVD, 2010]

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Category Type
Comedy
Languages
English
Directors
Ron Oliver
Actors
Jennifer Stone, Vanessa Morgan, Alexander Conti, Melinda Shankar, Jayne Eastwood, Wesley Morgan
Description:

    Young spy Harriet M. Welsh (Jennifer Stone) crosses paths with popular student, Marion Hawthorne (Vanessa Morgan), as the two girls compete to become the official blogger of their high school class. After Marion has already started blogging, Harriet lags behind because she reports what she finds interesting. Unfortunately for Harriet, her classmates do not share her views and state that the ...

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    Category Type
    Comedy
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    Category Type
    Comedy
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    NTSC
    X Approved
    Available for download
    Item EAN
    2724289827964
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    Directors
    Ron Oliver
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    Actors
    Jennifer Stone, Vanessa Morgan, Alexander Conti, Melinda Shankar, Jayne Eastwood, Wesley Morgan
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    Description:

      Young spy Harriet M. Welsh (Jennifer Stone) crosses paths with popular student, Marion Hawthorne (Vanessa Morgan), as the two girls compete to become the official blogger of their high school class. After Marion has already started blogging, Harriet lags behind because she reports what she finds

      Young spy Harriet M. Welsh (Jennifer Stone) crosses paths with popular student, Marion Hawthorne (Vanessa Morgan), as the two girls compete to become the official blogger of their high school class. After Marion has already started blogging, Harriet lags behind because she reports what she finds interesting. Unfortunately for Harriet, her classmates do not share her views and state that the article lacks any interesting factors on Harriet's blog. Harriet's 'nanny,' Golly suggests that Harriet should endeavour to write something which is of interest to Harriet, as well as her classmates. Harriet sets her sights on a big pop star, Skander Hill (Wesley Morgan), who is in town starring in a movie, Spy Teen 2: The Sequel, that her father, Roger Welsh (Doug Murray), is producing. However, Vi Welsh (Shauna MacDonald) claims Harriet has a crush on Skander. Despite her disdain for the star of the film, Harriet starts blogging about Skander Hill and stalks him. First, she goes to stalk him by doing a little Father/Daughter visit together, but Skander has an outburst and Harriet is forced off of the set. When Harriet attends the hotel at which Skander stays, she finds Skander arguing with other producers of the movie. When switching shirts, Harriet notices a birth-mark on him and takes a picture, also stealing a water bottle. It only makes the other students love him more. Marion and her friends invite Harriet over, and watch 'Spy Teen'. She lies and runs downstairs to talk to Skander. Unfortunately, it is Sport pretending to be Skander. Along with that, the posse gets excited, but Marion's still suspicious. The next time Harriet goes there, she disguises herself as a maid, and she steals a hotel receipt signed by Skander, but Skander notices her, and she runs away. She shows Marion the signature, but Marion claims it is a forgery. Skander spots Harriet stalking him and follows her to Janie's house. Meanwhile, Harriet's friends decide to cut off their friendship with Harriet because she is too obsessed with Skander. They feel left out and claim that Harriet is befriending the people whom she once despised. While leaving, Harriet bumps into a chemical made by her Eco-Friend. This causes a loud noise to emanate from Janie's room, which Skander believes to be someone trying to blow him up. Back at the set, Skander accidentally starts a food fight, which Harriet tries to record, but notices her father, and does not record out of consciousness. When she follows her nanny Golly, she deduces she has a boyfriend, after a long argument, they figure out that she is leaving, bringing a major outburst throughout the family. Marion asks Harriet for real proof. Harriet goes back to the set, and is put in as an extra, and later Skander comes up to her and devotes his anger to her, while she was recording. Soon after, she puts the rant on her blog, which Marion puts on the web. Skander quits the movie because he realizes Rodger's daughter is the spy. Harriet soon gets back with her friends, and Sport makes a basket. Harriet gives Skander a deep heartfelt apology, but Skander still quits, because he wanted her to stop her blog, but Roger would not allow that, as he believes Harriet is an avid writer. Then Skander realizes he gets a major role in another movie. He then goes back, hugs Harriet and kisses her on the cheek, and rejoins the movie, returning everything to normal. Harriet gets the blog (while Marion loses because she violated the rules to publicize Skander's rant), and at the end, it shows magazines showing a possible relationship between Skander and Harriet

 

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