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text 2019-10-18 01:31
Fan Cast: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel by Lois Gladys Leppard

 

Amanda "Mandie" Shaw - Emma Rayne Lyle

Polly Cornwallis - Nikki Hahn

Joe Woodard - Diego Velazquez

Uncle Ned - Zahn McClarnon

John Shaw - Robert Downey Jr.

Elizabeth Taft - Malin Akerman

Mrs. Taft - Meryl Streep

Liza - Genneya Walton

 

 

 

Dr. Woodard - Gideon Emery

Bayne Locke - Tom Glynn-Carney

Gaynelle Snow - Carrie-Anne Moss

Ruby Snow - Diana Silvers

Morning Star - Irene Bedard

Etta Shaw - Ashley Johnson

Irene Shaw - Matia Jackett

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text 2019-06-07 03:04
Movie Review: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel

 

Title: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel
Release Date: 2009
Starring: Dean Jones, Lexi Johnson, William Yelton, Amanda Waters
Length: 1h 40min
Rating: G

 

Favourite character:
 Jason Bond

Crush: N/A 
Least favourite character: N/A
Favourite line: N/A

 

Mini-Review: This was... terrible. It's so badly done, it's one of this cringeworthy I-can-tell-this-is-an-indy-movie kinda films. Mics not syncing up with lips, mics being too loud, writing really chopping, some of the flashback Indian costumes are literally sweatpants with shoelaces tied around their legs. Like it feels like a school made a movie. Not well done. At all.

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text 2019-06-07 03:00
Adaption Review: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel

 

Title: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel
Starring: Dean Jones, Lexi Johnson, William Yelton, Amanda Waters
Release Date: 2009
Length: 1h 40min

 

Favourite character: Jason Bond
Crush: N/A
Least Favourite character: Zach Hughes

 

Complaints: This was very different from the book. Very different. Like in some ways it's the same, the plot is the same, Mandie travels with the Indians to go to her rich uncles house away from her cruel mother, only to find out he's dead and people keep showing up to stake a claim in his inheritance. But in nearly every other way it's different. New characters, new plot points, including this really confusing story about the hidden will and an Indian princess. Not a fan.

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review 2019-06-06 18:28
Review: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel by Lois Gladys Leppard
Mandie and the Secret Tunnel - Lois Gladys Leppard

Title: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel
Author: Lois Gladys Leppard
Series: Mandie, 1
Format: ebook, bind-up
Length: N/A
Rating: 3 stars

 

Synopsis: Mandie Shaw, almost a teenager, is certain God no longer loves her as she watches her father being lowered into his grave. Mandie's move into a neighbor family's home, when her mother remarries, does not soften her grief. Her only comfort is the promise from her father's faithful Cherokee friend, Uncle Ned, to watch out for her and be a friend. Will Mandie be able to escape her new and nearly intolerable home situation? Will she find her long-lost family? Will the mysterious key unlock the door to the secret tunnel and her own family's history?

 

Favourite character: Joe
Least favourite character: N/A

 

Mini-review: I've read this book countless times, and I always seem to forget parts of it. It's a good series, but Mandie can be insufferably whiney sometimes. She wasn't too bad in this one though.

 

Fan Cast:

Amanda "Mandie" Shaw - Emma Rayne Lyle

Polly Cornwallis - Nikki Hahn

Joe Woodard - Diego Velazquez

Uncle Ned - Zahn McClarnon

Dr. Woodard - Gideon Emery

John Shaw - Robert Downey Jr.

Elizabeth Taft - Malin Akerman

Mrs. Taft - Meryl Streep

Jason Bond - C. Thomas Howell

Liza - Genneya Walton

Bayne Locke - Tom Glynn-Carney

Gaynelle Snow - Carrie-Anne Moss

Ruby Snow - Diana Silvers

Morning Star - Irene Bedard

Etta Shaw - Ashley Johnson

Irene Shaw - Matia Jackett

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text 2019-06-06 15:37
Reading progress update: I've read 20%.
Mandie and the Secret Tunnel - Lois Gladys Leppard

Growing up I always though that any character they described as old was like elderly. But now I realize that everyone that they describe as old (except Uncle Ned) has a preteen child.

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