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Call number: Youth-DVD Movies Hoot

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Pittsfield Youth, Traverwood Youth

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Based on the novel by Carl Hiaasen.

Special features: "How to eat fried worms" movie cash; 8 Behind-the-scenes featurettes; Deleted scenes with optional director commentary; Blooper reel; 3 fun games; Commentary with novelist and director.

Luke Wilson, Logan Lerman, Brie Larson, Tim Blake Nelson, Neil Flynn, Robert Wagner.

Roy Eberhardt has moved with his family so often he literally has lost count of the number of times he has had to changed schools. Roy ought to be used to being the new kid at school by now, but making the switch from Montana to Florida proves to be a major challenge. While Roy quickly becomes the target of school bully, he is befriended by Beatrice Leep, a spunky girl with enough nerve to stand up to Dana, and her brother Mullet Fingers. Beatrice and Mullet share a big secret with Roy, they have a hidden hideaway where they look after a flock of endanged owls. That is of little concern to Chuck Muckle, a top executive from the Mother Paula's All-American Pancake House chain, who is planning to build a new restaurant in the hollow where the owls nest. The three kids are determined to find a way to save the owls and have a plan. They have uncovered some evidence of some dirty doings tied in to the pancake house.

DVD, widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo.

Contents: Hoot.

Community Reviews

very good

the book is better though

Not As Good As The Book

I have read the book Hoot as well as watched the movie Hoot, and the book is much better. Hoot is amazing book with a great message and a great plot. The movie is not nearly as good as the book. I would recommend that you only read the book and not watch the movie in order to not ruin the memory of the book.


This movie was really good and after I watched it I didn't need to read the book.

Cool Kids

If you read the book hoot, you'd love this movie. It stays true to the book and is quite entertaining. A good movie to see!

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