16 Wishes

Synopsis: A 16 year old girl prepares a list of 16 wishes for 8 years, hoping they will come true on her 16th birthday. A fairy comes to give her 16 candles that make the 16 wishes come true. Her wishes go the wrong way and are permanent when midnight comes. She has one final wish to reverse her previous wishes.
Genre: Drama, Family, Fantasy
Director(s): Peter DeLuise
Production: Image Entertainment
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.5
G
Year:
2010
90 min
3,149 Views


Ladies and gentlemen,

Christopher Wilde!

Every girl, every boy

They got your posters on their walls

Photographs, autographs

Soon as you step out the door

You will meet the applause

Yeah!

Paparazzis hiding in the bushes

Trying to make a dollar

Wanna be you, when they see you

They scream out loud

Starstruck, camera flashes

Cover of magazines

Starstruck, designer sunglasses

Living the dream as a teen

Driving fancy cars

Hollywood Boulevard

Hear the crowd

calling your name, yeah!

Starstruck!

Prepare to get...

Starstruck!

All right!

Yeah!

Starstruck

Yeah! Yay-yeah!

As soon as you move

They gonna talk about it

In the paper, the news

They gonna talk about it

'Cause you're on the A-list

You better believe it

You better believe it, yeah...

I just love Christopher Wilde.

'Cause you're in the top spot

And nothing can stop ya

And nothing can stop ya

Jessica!

Oh, I'm sorry, Sara.

Am I blocking your view

of what's his name?

Move it or lose it, sister.

Sara, Jessica. Suitcases.

Come pick out your clothes

and get packed.

We're leaving for the airport

right after school tomorrow.

In less than 24 hours,

I'll be in Los Angeles

where Christopher lives.

What if he picks me up at the airport?

Why would he do that?

I'm an original member of his fan club.

I follow his minute-by-minute

blog posts,

and I text him every day.

Trust me, he wants to meet me.

Is it too late for me to be an only child?

- Yes.

- Then can I please stay home?

- No.

- Why not?

Because your grandmother

hasn't seen you in two years.

Plus, you're a minor and it's illegal.

Everybody...

There's more about Christopher.

The fabulous Christopher Wilde

picked up six

Music Association Awards last night,

just in time for his new CD,

Real Wilde,

to drop, wow, double platinum.

I caught up with our favourite pop star

on the red carpet.

Well, first I'd love to say

thank you so much

for buying the records

and coming to my concerts.

You're the reason I love what I do.

You guys are the best fans

in the world. Thank you.

He is such an amazing person.

He's definitely not amazing.

He is amazing.

And if you knew him like I know him,

you wouldn't say that.

Hello? We live in Michigan.

You don't know him.

But I do.

I know everything about him.

I know where he works,

eats,

shops,

surfs,

and parties.

- You ready to party?

- Absolutely.

Well, let's do it!

You know, out of all of your cars,

Angelina's my favourite.

- Angelina?

- Yeah. I mean, look at her.

Hey, does that new valet

look a little shifty to you?

- No. Not really.

- He looks a little shifty to me.

Come on, Stubby.

Let's find you a real girl.

That is a real girl.

Oh, wow. Look who it is.

Christopher Wilde's girlfriend,

the fantabulous,

fabulous Alexis Bender!

- Hi, sweetie.

- Hi.

- Stubby.

- Yeah.

You look beautiful tonight.

I know. Wait until you see

what I'm wearing tomorrow.

- Tomorrow?

- Tomorrow?

My birthday?

Baby, you promised

you were gonna sing.

Right. Hey, I'll be there. Absolutely.

Okay. Wait.

- Something's wrong.

- Yeah, you're here.

What? It's guys' night out!

Where are the paparazzi?

Oh, you did not blog again, did you?

There he is. Let's run.

That's so weird. Hi.

- Look right here.

- Just like that.

All right, back-back up, guys. Back...

Back up! Back up!

Okay, back up, back up,

back up, back up, back up!

- Come on.

- What? Calm down.

You're not invited.

Everybody's invited, Sara.

It's an all-school dance.

The operative word being "dance."

Embarrassing.

Don't worry. I'm just going there

to cover it for the school paper.

Are you bringing your camera

with you to California?

AJ, of course I am.

Because we still need pics

of Christopher Wilde!

Talking, walking, singing, dancing,

moving, breathing.

Why are you both

so hung up on this guy?

"This guy"?

- Now you see what I live with?

- Poor you.

Little sister, when we go to California,

you can play shuffleboard

with Grandma,

but I'm going to meet

Christopher Wilde.

And just how

are you planning to do that?

Well, we've mapped out

his every move for the past 18 months.

I know when and where he's likely to be

every second of every day.

About the time we leave

for Los Angeles,

he'll be having his daily meeting

with his managers.

- He's late.

- He'll be here.

You need to manage him better.

Hello, we both manage him.

He needs to know opportunities

like this don't come every day.

He knows. He's not a kid.

Yo. What's up?

- You're late.

- Sorry, Mom.

How you doing, Son?

Great, great. Excited.

Oh, honey, honey, honey.

You could have cleaned up a little bit.

What? I'm... I'm totally clean.

He looks like a street kid,

not a movie star.

He looks fine.

Just be yourself, Christopher.

All right.

He's here.

All right. This is it, bud.

Your chance

at what we've always wanted.

- Alan, please come in.

- Sherry. Daniel!

- Great place you got here.

- Actually it's Christopher's.

We just kind of work here.

- All right. Christopher Wilde.

- Hey, Mr Smith.

- My daughters are big fans of yours.

- Oh, great.

- Wow! This is great.

- Please.

I love this. I love this.

Rock and roll! Hello, Cleveland!

Awesome. Got this album at the house.

Girls love this.

Something Wilde.

All right, now let's get right to the point.

Let's get right to it.

I've been watching you

and I like what I see.

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