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Kittypuff over 4 years ago
Eh =/
Becca Parsons almost 7 years ago
Well, if it's the zapped edition, then I guess that makes it better.
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Maria Andrea over 5 years ago
Read It and Weep (previously titled How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller) is a 2006 Disney Channel Original Movie which premiered on July 21, 2006. It is based on the novel by Julia DeVillers. Sisters Kay and Danielle Panabaker star as Jamie Bartlett and her alter ego Isabella (Iz or Is), respectively. Both sisters have starred in previous Disney Channel movies: Kay in Life Is Ruff, and Danielle in Stuck in the Suburbs. Read It and Weep begins with Jameson (Jamie) Bartlett (Kay Panabaker), who has three best friends, one named Connor (who has a crush on her) (Jason Dolley), Lindsay, and Harmony (Alexandra Krosney), and an enemy named Sawyer Sullivan (or as she likes to call her, Myrna), whose boyfriend is the object of Jamie's affection. She also owns a tablet PC which she writes in every day. In that journal she writes about a character named "Isabella," or "Is" (Danielle Panabaker), a popular girl with incredible powers based the character loosely upon herself. Jamie...
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