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Six very different teenagers – Dimitri, Liz, Lucas, Agnes, Seamus and Whitney – are all enjoying their everyday lives when they witness a dramatic incident. Unfairly accused of creating a hoax, they team up to find out the truth. On July 15th, 2014, Shout! Factory Kids, in collaboration with Hasbro Studios, will unleash the family mystery adventure Clue: A Movie Mystery Adventureon DVD. Join the young sleuths as they work together discovering and deciphering a succession of clues.
Clue: A Movie Mystery Adventure features the beloved characters inspired by the world’s most famous crime-solving board game, Clue. Follow six very different young sleuths as they embark on a mysterious adventure beyond their imaginations. As they work as a team to discover hidden treasures, decipher cryptic knowledge, and uncover a secret society, they learn they have more in common than they thought.
Written by Raven Metzner (Elektra, Daybreak, Six Degrees) and starring Sterling Beaumon (Lost), Sarah Desjardins (Endangered), Kendall Amyre Ferguson, Ana Golja (Degrassi: The Next Generation), Stephan James (Degrassi: The Next Generation) and Zach Mills (Super 8), Clue: A Movie Mystery Adventure will have you on the edge of your seat until the final exciting reveal!
I don't think I have even seen any of the other Clue movies and I have never played the board game.
I watched this this yesterday and I really didn't expect to enjoy this since it is more for kids and tweens/teens but I was pleasantly surprised because I actually thought it was pretty good .I wouldn't watch it again in the near future but it did keep my interest but I know if I were younger I would most likely watch this again and again. I do think tweens/teens would really like it. It is very well written and the story line was pretty good.
I highly recommend this to tweens.
I give this 3 1/2 out of 5