I loved this movie - one of my top five! It was extremely clean, no bad language, and it had a very important, understandable, meaning to it. Through finance and importance of happiness. It found the deepest corners of reality and matched them up to realize what people with this kind of stuff are. When you see kids in clothes you can never afford, it tells and proves that they might not be able to afford them either. They just go and buy. It talks about expenses and saving and earning, but in a cute and clean-cut way. I loved it. I am going to buy it, and I recommend it to all those who would like a cute, funny, clean, laugh.
After seeing the movie, we ditched the theatre and ran to fix my phone. I was crossing my fingers that they would not find water damage (there was not supposed to be any though), or they would not return the phone free of charge. Luckily, I got the same phone free, without a single scratch, and we're lucky to be alive ;)
Love you all!