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A kid band plays singalong pop rock covers of famous lullabies like Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star and Row, Row, Row Your Boat. Pauly, as the host of the special, occasionally pops in to teach the viewers some words from the songs.
It's a movie for kids, people! Get in the spirit and watch it like a kid would, and have a little fun.
Okay, the plot's kind of confusing aside from the opposite day premise, and the acting is, well, often juvenile, and it's all a lot of silliness, but that's the point. It's like kids wrote and directed it, which is what makes it good in the eyes of a child.
Of course, the message is that being a parent is harder than it seems -- duh, any adult can see that one coming. But most kids won't.
My 7-year-old girl enjoyed it, and it was fun to watch it with her as her parent -- and that's all that matters.
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