In the bubble gum world of pre-teen products, few DVDs offer the caliber of positive, inspirational messaging that can be found in the new middle school musical No Limit Kids: Much Ado about Middle School. Featuring the fresh young faces of newcomers Ashton Harrell and Celeste Kellogg, No Limit Kids is a fun-filled dancing and singing extravaganza that is sure to be a tween crowd pleaser. And while kids will love the movie’s upbeat original songs and non-stop action, parents will appreciate its inspiring messages about true friendship, standing up for what you believe in, and surviving the dreaded pre-teen years.
A veteran supporting cast including Golden Globe Nominee Lee Meriwether (Batman), Bill Cobbs (Night at the Museum, That Thing You Do), Cartoon Network’s Blake Michael (Disney’s Lemonade Mouth) and Jeff Rose (Army Wives, Drop Dead Divas), adds an impressive depth of talent to this fast-paced, high-energy film. No Limit Kids: Much Ado about Middle School (Bridgestone Multimedia Group, 90 minutes, ISBN: 9780740321795, October 5, 2010) has been awarded the Dove Foundation’s highly esteemed Family Approved rating and is considered suitable for all ages. The film was directed by Grammy nominated and Dove Award winning artist/producer Dave Moody.
No Limit Kids: Much Ado about Middle School is the story of a group of outcast middle schoolers who band together to form a club in an old abandoned theater. After befriending a seemingly homeless man named Charlie who hangs around there, the kids soon learn that the theater is scheduled to be destroyed. They quickly set out on a mission to save the theater and Charlie’s safe haven. Needing to raise money, they put on a modern day version of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing” and, through mistaken identities and false assumptions, the group learns you can’t always judge a book by its cover. With a story that focuses on showing respect and overcoming adversity, No Limit Kids delivers an uplifting message for the entire family that will speak to all generations.
For more information, visit www.nolimitkidsmovie.com and view the movie trailer which features performances of some of the amazing original songs found in the film, including the title tracks “Much ado about Middle School” and “No Limit.”