Watch Mandie and the Secret Tunnel Full Movie Online

You are watching Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009)

Tips to Watch Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009)

  1. If Server 1 doesn't work, try Server 2.
  2. Close if any popup ads appears in a new window or tab from third party server. Remember you can watch Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009) right at this page.
  3. If a single click doesn't play Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009) " then try clicking multiple times on the play button and close if new window or tab opens. The film will begin to play after few attempts.

Short Description

Watch Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009)  poster
( High Definition )
Movie: Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009)
Genre: , ,
Director: Joy Chapman, Owen Smith
Date of Release: N/A
Duration: 100
IMDB Rating: 5.5/10
5.5
Movie review score
4/5

About Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (2009)

In 1899, Mandie’s life changes when her Cherokee friends help her escape to a mansion that holds the hidden secrets of her past and the key to her future.

The relatives want the whole pile and are looking to cut each other out as well as our young heroine. Yes she finds out she is part Native American. This is a good family movie everyone will enjoy This is a movie based on the popular Christian book series Mandie. This was a very nice story and good family entertainment. I do wish that the casting of the Native American actors had been better. It is a G-rated movie that is highly entertaining for both children and adults. But, it’s not too difficult for me to see her as the quarter Native American she is even with the blonde hair since her father was half white and half Native American and her mother was full 100% German. But he’s away and his lawyer Dean Jones is running the place. Overall, the acting is moderately good. Now that she’s a teen and her father has recently passed away, the Cherokees who still live in Tennessee have sent her to live with her uncle who’s got himself some really nice digs in a mansion. I am half Dutch myself and the rest is a mix. Having grown up reading the Mandie mysteries,I was delighted when I heard they were going to be making a movie of the first book,only problem was it wasn’t being shown in mainstream theatres and it went straight to DVD only to be carried by Christain bookstores,lucky for me I was able to buy a copy only yesterday,I was not disappointed,they stuck to the story and added more to Mandie background of how her grandfather saved and hid Cherokee Indians from the Trail of Tears. After that relations start pouring out of the woodwork but even Jones doesn’t know where the will is. An absolutely outstanding performance was given by Lexi Johnson (who played Mandie, both in this movie and in the first sequel). Her prior experience as a child actor can be seen in both the attention to detail and nuanced expressions she brought to this role. This film is about Mandy trying to discover whether or not she has an inheritance and along the way what her family heritage really is. Overall, it is a fun story with beautiful scenery and some intrigue that young tween girls will especially love. I look full blown Dutch though. The ending is an interesting one and the very end does provide some explanation for our heroine’s blond looks. Then the uncle is reported missing after a ship goes down at sea. The scenic shots of North Carolina filmed at a national park are superb and the music is both haunting and beautiful. Every scene with Dean steps up a bit from the rest. The entire cast and production deserve much credit for a great effort. But try as hard as I may I could not wrap my mind around the concept of a blond blue eyed part Cherokee. Providing an excellent blend of history, drama, mystery and a touch of humor. The action takes place in the year of 1899 and the sets and cinematography certainly do reflect the era nicely. That starts a hunt with Johnson and some friends she’s made looking for the will. More than a typical family film, this is one of the highest quality “small studio” films I have ever viewed. In fact according to the script young Lexi Johnson is one quarter Cherokee and her looks, beautiful as she is don’t compute. Dean Jones, of course, is amazing and his performance is top notch. Still can’t quite buy it though. Mandie is a spunky girl who does not let anything stop her from finding her Uncle John’s will,I am looking forward to the second movie out this fall. The story of Mandies background is told as if it were a fairy tale and unless you have read the books,there are times where you think it is just that,until it is revealed that it all true. The scriptwriting and/or editing did leave some key details out which made it somewhat difficult to follow at times but the stories predictability helps with that lol. The producers used rich Imagery and Lighting to heighten the viewer’s interest and intrigue, whenever they focused on Mandie during the flashback scenes when the “Indian Story” was being told.

Your Comment