Don't Mess With the Babysitter!!! #AdventuresinBabysitting

Are you a child of the 80's?  If so, you might be familiar with a little movie called ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING.  Ring a bell?  That was a movie I absolutely LOVED when I was younger, so when I heard Disney was releasing its 100th Disney Channel Original Movie on DVD, I was excited to know that we would be getting a review copy.  Of course, I was a bit skeptical, just because I was such a fan of the classic, but I also really like the two girls playing the babysitters (one from Girl Meets World, the other from Descendants... both Disney girls!)

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"Adventures in Babysitting," inspired by the hugely popular 1980s film of the same name, is an upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie starring Sabrina Carpenter (of Disney Channel's hit comedy series "Girl Meets World") and Sofia Carson (of the hit Disney Channel Original Movie "Descendants").  In "Adventures in Babysitting," a dull evening for two competing babysitters, Jenny (Sabrina Carpenter) and Lola (Sofia Carson), turns into an adventure in the big city as they hunt for one of the kids who somehow snuck away.

Sabrina Carpenter as Jenny Parker, Sofia Carson as Lola Perez, Nikki Hahn as Emily Cooper, Mallory James Mahoney as Katy Cooper, Max Gecowets as Trey Anderson, Jet Jurgensmeyer as Bobby Anderson, Madison Horcher as AJ Anderson, Kevin Quinn as Zac Chase, Gillian Vigman as Helen Anderson, Gabrielle Miller as Donna Cooper, Michael Northey as Tiny, Ken Lawson as Scalper, Max Lloyd-Jones as Officer James, Kevin O'Grady as Barry Cooper and Hugo Ateo as Hal Anderson.

My thoughts?
While I originally thought it was going to be cheesy, (but still had to watch) I should have known that I would love it. I thought it was cute.  It was seriously a new take on a movie I loved when I was younger.  They just "modernized" it to fit in the world today so that a younger generation could relate. Phones being switched.  Kids sneaking out. Crushes on boys and feeling "invisible"  yes, I do believe kids today can relate to the mishaps in this!!!!   I thought it was cute with the "baby sitter rules" and of course the rap battle was awesome!

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Have you seen this yet?  


  1. I didn't get to see this in my other country.
    But I understand when you have shows you love growing up

  2. I didn't realize that they made a new one. How fun!

  3. I like to see the shows that kick in a bit of nostalgia for us too. :)


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