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Snow Day

Rating:PG (for brief mild peril and language)
Genre:Family, Comedy
Release Date:February 11, 2000
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Chevy Chase, Mark Webber, Zena Grey, Schuyler Fisk, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Director:Chris Koch
Producer:Albie Hecht, Julia Pistor
Writer:Will McRobb, Chris Viscardi
Distributor:Paramount Pictures

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Description: Anything can happen on a Snow Day-and for Hal and Natalie Brandston, it does. For 15-year-old Hal, "anything" means the determination to declare his love for the girl of his dreams, high school heartthrob Claire Bonner. Who cares if Claire's beautiful and popular and doesn't even know he exists? So what if Claire's almost-ex-boyfriend, superjock Chuck Wheeler, is his competition? Snow Day magic is a powerful thing. And with Hal's pals Bill and Lane to cheer him on, this day is destined to change his life forever. Though maybe not exactly as he planned... While Hal's out attempting to win Claire's heart, his 10-year-old sister Natalie is driven to action by the object of her own desire: the legendary Second Snow Day. The stuff of miracles, the Second Snow Day represents the ultimate triumph of kids over the dull day-to-day adult world. Second Snow Days are so rare that no one Natalie knows has ever experienced one. Why? The dreaded Snowplowman, who crushes kids' hopes with the chains on his tires. But this year, Natalie's gonna change all that. And nothing can stand in her way-not even Snowplowman! When the sun sets on this spectacular Snow Day will Hal be found cuddling with Claire? Will Natalie have succeeded in her quest for the coveted Second Snow Day? Will parents everywhere pray for a heat wave?

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