Catalogue: TV - Kids / Teens

Dear Dumb Diary  

Synopsis

Based on the popular kids’ novels by Jim Benton that have sold over eight million copies worldwide… Dear Dumb Diary features exciting musical numbers and the series’ trademark sardonic humour, plus a little something extra.

Jamie is in 7th grade and her biggest problem is Angeline, the most popular and beautiful girl in school. Angeline hasn’t done anything to her directly, but she’s just so pretty and Jamie’s sure that the boys don’t notice anyone else. To fix the problem, Jamie must go on a campaign for inner beauty. If she succeeds, her crush Hudson will surely notice her – but it’s not going to be easy.

But, as Jamie begins putting her plan in action, Angeline suddenly becomes the least of her concerns. Why? Because, Jamie’s Aunt Carol just got a job at her school, her almost-criminally mischievous best friend Isabella is acting completely out of character by asking Jamie to help raise money for charity, and worst of all, the school’s art program is going to get cut unless they can raise $10,000. Fast.

But her luck turns when Jamie discovers a contest with a $10,000 prize to the winning school – a Jump-a-Thon. Students at area schools will all jump rope for one night. The school with the most jumpers and the most jumps wins. Jamie is a natural at jumping rope and prepares to shine at the Jump-a-Thon – a feat that will demonstrate her true inner beauty and definitely get Hudson’s attention. Then everything goes haywire with Aunt Carol starting to act really weird and sneaking out of the house at all hours, Isabella’s charity starting to feel a bit suspect and, strangest of all, Angeline is actually being nice to her…

Jamie tries to figure it all out with style and wit in Dear Dumb Diary, the long-awaited adaptation of the New York Times Bestselling series.


Genre: Kids / Teens, Films, Drama

Sub Genre: Family, Comedy

Year of Production: 2013

Running Time: 1 x 84-minutes

Available in HD: Yes

Country: USA

Production Company:Zucker Productions

Co Production Company:Walden Media