Max Keeble's Big Move
Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)

After having been outmatched in the live-action family film department by rival Nickelodeon in recent years, Disney jumps back into the kid-friendly fray with this comedy about a seventh grader (Alex D. Linz) who's mercilessly picked on… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: October 5, 2001
DVD Release Date: June 18, 2002
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Critic Score: 29% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Max Keeble may be fun for kids, but bland and unoriginal for adults.

Scott Von Doviak
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/

Parents may shift uneasily in their seats while their wee ones cheer on the food fights, crotch-kicking and dirty jockstrap gags.

Jan Stuart

Exactly which children Disney hopes to captivate with Keeble's Big Movea little unclear.

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media

Slapstick humor and fun premise kids will love.

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Jane Horwitz
Washington Post

A welcome slice of pie in the face.

Jonathan Foreman
New York Post

Bland, occasionally funny Disney comedy about a wayward seventh-grader.

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews

...I did enjoy [Mr. Belding's] cameo, but that doesn't change the fact that watching the movie is akin to sitting inside a Chuck E. Cheese for an hour and a half.

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Pam Sitt
Seattle Times

The movie is nothing if not predictable.

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Cody Clark
Mr. Showbiz

If there's no way to avoid seeing Keeble's Big Move, take along a book, ideally a hefty one. With the proper arm speed and angle of release, you can probably nail the projectionist.

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Jeffrey Westhoff
Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)

The moral of Max Keeble's Big Move is that it's awfully easy to say the right thing after getting away with the wrong thing.

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Flixster Audience Score: 38% Flixster User Reviews
Matt Goodman
Max Keeble: We're moving?! There is nothing special or memorable about 'Max Keeble's Big Move', except maybe a few light-hearted moments… More
KJ Proulx
It was just good! That's all!
Marc Lewis
Why does Disney punish themselves by making so many live actions? I'll admit I like Haunted Mansion, but there weren't many other good Disney live… More
Dillon Lupky
Max Keeble should've been a few years older, the movie would've appealed to a much larger audience. Although I think they were targeting the… More
Leigh Ryan
For sure a movie for kids. Does show you that you shouldn't burn bridges though.
Juan Charqueno
an entertainingly fun family comedy with a funny way of surviving middle school, a weird and hysterical way. B+