Ramona and Beezus (2010) is a English movie. Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum has directed this movie. Joey King,Selena Gomez,Bridget Moynahan,John Corbett are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2010. Ramona and Beezus (2010) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Family,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.
Ramona Quimby, is a grade-school student with a big imagination. So big, in fact, that she often clashes with her no-nonsense teacher Mrs. Meacham. When Ramona's upbeat dad Robert loses his job, the family - including her teenage sister, Beezus, and their practical-minded mother - must make major adjustments, like dad learning how to run the house. Ramona dreams up various plans to make money so that she can save their house, but because everybody in the family seems too preoccupied to help her with her own worries, she turns to the one person who always has time for her, Aunt Bea. But even Aunt Bea is distracted these days because of her ex-boyfriend - and Quimby family next-door neighbour - Hobart
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Ramona and Beezus is a 2010 film adaptation based on the book Ramona Forever. Joey King plays Ramona and Selena Gomez plays Beezus. I thought the film was actually quite good and it didn't disappoint me at all. Now a lot of people are going out to see this film because Selena Gomez plays in it. But the real person whom truly shines in this film has to be Joey King. She steals the show from her co-stars and plays Ramona really vividly. This movie is a very fun family movie, and if you have a younger brother or sister, you'd connect right away. I hope IMDb users don't just give this film a 1, because its a children's movie and I hope they see it before they judge. Ramona and Beezus is a small summer flick, that stands short, but proudly with Huge Summer Blockbusters. Highly recommended 8/10
Ramona Quimby (Joey King) lives in a typical middle class neighborhood on the west coast. Her family consists of Father Robert (John Corbett), Mother Dorothy (Bridget Moynahan), big Sister Beatrice, er, Beezus (Selena Gomez) and a new baby sister. Also close to the Quimbys is their mother's sibling, Aunt Bea (Ginnifer Goodwin). Unlike Beezus, who is an excellent student and very mature for a budding teenager, Ramona struggles at school, especially with her no-nonsense teacher (Sandra Oh). The instructor doesn't have much patience with Ramona's penchant to coin new words, among other issues. Life at the house, also, takes a strange turn, when in the middle of home-remodeling project, Dad loses his job. Soon, Mom is working part time at her old job and Pop becomes the lunch packer and house-husband, while sending out a large amount of resumes. Aunt Bea's life, too, receives a curveball when old flame, Hobart (Josh Duhamel) moves back to his original home next to the Quimbys. Happily recovered from the long ago heartbreak of Hobart's abandonment, Bea is startled to find him lavishing attention on her once again. What's a girl to do? Beezus has love trouble, too, when a relationship with longtime pal, Henry Huggins, may turn into a romance. Ramona continues to weather storms, such as the day an egg breaks on her head, minutes ahead of the school pictures! But, biggest problem of all is the fact that they may have to move, if Dad doesn't find a job in town. What will the future bring for the Quimbys? This is very fine family flick, with plenty of humor and energy without any objectionable material. In fact, it is a shining example of how successful a movie can be without sex or bad language. Then, too, the actors do a great job, with King leading the way. What a wholesome and realistic young actress she is! Gomez, too, is a winning and lovely young thespian while Corbett, Moynahan, Oh, Goodwin, Duhamel and all of the others are lively, all-too-human and flat-out fun. The west coast setting is lovely, as are the costumes, script and all other film amenities while the direction is secure and confident. All in all, this film is one every family should have on hand, for repeated viewings, I predict, will never grow old.
First Of all this is my very first review so please don't mind anything.And yessss....... I standby my word.Ramona played by "JOEY KING" is definitely the "Sun" in this movie and the whole universe revolves around her.This girl is very imaginative and artistic who thinks that her family doesn't love her because she is different.But as in real life the movie goes on and she realizes that she really is "extraordinary". Every little move that she makes is depicted beautifully in the movie.The Writers & director knew that anything that powerful needs character building and that's exactly what they did.Joey is full of acting genes,she is a natural talent & i have very high hopes for her. So,the cast is superb too..........most of them are whom we know & love.Ramona has a big sister "Beezus" played by "Selena Gomez"(at-last a big sister who is not "mean").The part of the father is played by "John Corbett" whom we know from "United States Of Tara" & and the mother is lovely "Bridget Moynahan".Character of aunt bea is played by "Ginnifer Goodwin" and her boyfriend is "Josh Duhamel".All of them played their part nicely. I am surprised that this movie hasn't got better ratings on IMDb............i don't know what's happening to people.But don't get put off by that & "Trust Me".Every moment of this movie is worth watching and most of all worth enjoying.So get your pop corns and chill a little...........you'll most definitely like it. So peace until next time.
This movie is thoroughly entertaining from beginning to end. I cried for a large portion of it, but not because it was bad, but so full of emotion! My reactions would not have been any different if this were in real life! Joey King is so sweet and Selena Gomez is a perfect depiction of someone her age! Girls cannot go wrong with her as a role model. This movie is extremely true to life, which is not a bad thing at all. It is nice once in awhile to see another family deal with some of the same situations we all do! The movie follows the book very closely and does a great job with it! A must see for everyone (it is not just for girls!)
This is a film about a family with three daughters: Beezus (teenager), Ramona (9), and Roberta (baby). Ramona's trials and tribulations are central to the plot and are in and of themselves entertaining. What gives the movie heart are the relationships that are woven throughout: Ramona's relationship with each family member, of course, but also the relationship between her Aunt Beatrice and Hobart (an old flame), between Beezus and Henry (childhood pal), and even between Ramona and her teacher, Mrs. Meacham (as a teacher myself, I love this character). The best part of the film is that it all rings true. These people feel like your friends and family. With a few minor exceptions, the acting is very well done. Having watched the movie at the theater with my daughter, I was charmed and wanted my husband to see it. We purchased the DVD when it came out. He loved it as well (even had tears in his eyes a couple of times). It is an excellent family film.