An amiable kid-flick with a potentially troublesome premise -- that clever youngsters can reunite their divorced parents if they try hard enough -- this remake of the Disney favorite (itself a remake of the English TWICE UPON A TIME, based on a German
novel) is a bubbly, girl-power romp. Eleven-year-olds Hallie Parker and Annie James meet at summer camp and hate each other on sight: Identical freckled, red-haired looks aside, the girls at first seem to have nothing in common. Tomboy Hallie lives with her dad (Dennis Quaid), who runs a Northern
California vineyard; slightly stuck-up Annie lives in London with her mom (Natasha Richardson), the kind of swanky wedding-...