The Fix It Boys

Synopsis: Ben and Cricket Junk can repair just about anything, but when a friend asks them to repair her parent's marriage, the boys are in over their heads. Their zany antics are the stuff of campfire tales. The boys are stumped until they learn that a stolen pearl necklace may be what they need. Can they catch the thief and locate the pearl of great price? Along the journey, the Fix It Boys learn about God's forgiveness and discover the wonderful gift of salvation. It is a inspiring tale of mystery, investigation and lessons in faith. Dove approved for all ages.
Genre: Family
80 min



My Uncle

Jim once told me

that life is about change.

Not just change, but how

we respond to change.

I didn't know what

he meant at the time.

But I'm beginning to understand.

This old junk around

here is just a remnant

of a once mighty salvage yard.

It was how my

parents made a living

and how my brother

Ben and me lived.

The memories we made here

echo from every

corner of this place.

Stop pulling Ben.

You stop pulling.

Oh no,

not my computer!

We don't need your

fancy computer anyways.


speak to me right now.

Hard times affect

everyone though.

And when my parents closed

the gate to the junk business,

it felt like the door to my

childhood closed with it.

Ben's gone now.

Don't worry, he didn't

die or anything.

I guess he'd just

rather spend his summer

helping screw up kids

at some camp somewhere

than spend it at home

with his only brother.

At least I've got these old

memories to keep me company.

Whatever you need fixed,

Fix It Boys can put the

pieces back together.

That's our business motto.


So you need us to find the

missing pearls for you then?


Little did I know that

one particular memory

was about to resurface

and change the hearts

of a few wayward boys.


River Trail Junction?

This is a goose chase.

Gentlemen, leaf A represents

our current starting position.

Our first obstacle will be these

hazardous limestone ledges,

represented here.

Then we will continue

our trek here

to the checkpoint Bravo.

From there, we will...

What are you

talking about dork?

It's just some dumb sticks.

The sticks and the

leaves are symbolic artura!

What'd you call me?

It's Spanish, from my

modeling stint in Mexico City.

Well it's still

just some dumb sticks.

You really

shouldn't agitate him.

What does that mean anyhow?


(SCOFFS) Appropriate.

Word on the street

is that he actually

likes to hurt puppies.

(SCOFFS) What street?

You look like you

live in your basement.

Basements happen to

be ideal environments

for scientific experimentation.


Okay guys, got

your stuff packed?

My brother should

be here any minute.


Hey what?

Whoa, look at that guy.

That's my brother.

He does look quiet Salian.




You guys wait here.

I knew we should have

adjusted that kick stand.

And this is all

your fault anyway,

you didn't even

fix the dumb bike.

I've been driving on

that bike two hours

in this heat, and I have

no idea why I'm even here.

Come on, there's some

people I want you to meet.

And I can't even feel my butt.

You guys, meet

my brother Cricket.

(LAUGHS) You have a nice trip?

It would've been nicer

if I knew I was coming

all the way out here in

the middle of nowhere.

I thought you were going to do

your helping back at the camp?

Small change of plans.

We decided to go

camping instead.


You know I don't camp.

You know what's in these woods?

The complete absence of internet,

indoor plumbing, security.

Essential heating or cooling.

Humidity plays

havoc with my hair.

I've got your

havoc right here.

And you want me to

do it with these kids?

Huh, given the

weight of our packs,

this might actually

put us at checkpoint B,

seven minutes later.


look, it's raining.

Better figure that

into your map.

Can't you do your helping

just as good back at the camp?

Us counselors thought taking

the kids out in smalls groups

into the woods would give

us more individual time.

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