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College Road Trip

Rating:G
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:March 7, 2008
Running time:83 minutes
Cast:Martin Lawrence, Raven-Symone, Brenda Song, Kym Whitley, Adam LeFevre
Director:Roger Kumble
Producer:Louanne Brickhouse, Kristin Burr, Andrew Gunn
Writer:Ken Daurio, Cinco Paul, Emi Mochizuki, Carrie Evans
Distributor:Buena Vista

Description: Choosing which college to attend can be the most exciting and thrilling time of a young woman's life--unless your overprotective father isn't quite ready to let you go. Melanie is eagerly looking forward to her first big step towards independence when she plans a "girls only" road trip to check out prospective universities. But, when her overbearing police chief father insists on escorting her instead, she soon finds her dream trip has turned into a hilarious nightmare adventure full of comical misfortune and turmoil.

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