[Politico] - On this visit, Harkin and Jevon were hooked on reading “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,” the fourth book in the popular series by Jeff Kinney that's now a movie franchise, too. Jevon giggled as Harkin read how the title character, Greg
[Ventura County Star] - It makes more of an effort to connect the big screen "Kid" with the Jeff Kinney "Diary" books, adding lots more animation in the Kinney stick-figure style. It just takes a very long time to get going. Apparently seventh grade doesn't pack as much
[Times Herald-Record] - PALIS Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2 stars) — Film adapted from the second in the series of novels by Jeff Kinney in which seventh-graders Greg and Rodrick have problems at home and at school. PG for some mild rude humor and mischief.
[MovieWeb] - Loved by audiences and critics alike, this big screen continuation of the popular Jeff Kinney novels is a sure-fired hit that the whole family can enjoy. If you missed it the first time around, be sure to take the kids for its second weekend lap!
Jeffrey "Jeff" Kinney (born February 19, 1971) is an American game designer, cartoonist, producer, and author of children's books including the Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series. He is also attributed as the creator of the child-oriented website Poptropica.
Jeffrey Bruce "Jeff" Kinney (born November 1, 1949) is a former professional football player, a running back for the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills for five seasons in the NFL. At 6'2" and 215 lb., Kinney was selected by the Chiefs in the first round of the NFL Draft with the 23rd overall pick. He is an alumnus of the University of Nebraska.
[video.de] - Erste Verfilmung eines der Erfolgscomics von Jeff Kinney, in dem ein ungelenker Junge seine täglichen Erfahrungen an vorderster Front auf dem Schlachtfeld Schule in einem Journal festhält. Greg Heffley verbringt sein erstes Jahr an der Middle School
[St George and Sutherland Shire Leader] - Based on comic-style books by Jeff Kinney, and with Greg Heffley as the title character, there are plenty of laughs in Rodrick Rules, as the brothers' parents attempt to get the boys to like each other! ¦ Here's one movie scribe who's getting tired of
[Bend Bulletin] - The kid attractor factor: It's the second movie based on the popular and funny Jeff Kinney books, with tweens and teens as its stars. Good lessons/bad lessons: “Don't be good at something you don't want to do” and other teen slacker credos.
[ABC News] - "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules" by Jeff Kinney (Amulet) 9. "Toys" by James Patterson and Neil McMahon (Little, Brown) 10. "Miles to Go" by richard Paul Evans (Simon & Schuster) 1. "The 17 Day Diet: A Doctor's Plan Design for Rapid Results" by Dr.
[The West Australian] - It's a surprisingly big return for such a modest kids comedy and a testament to Jeff Kinney's source novels which have become hits in US and Australian primary schools. But the real surprise is that this second instalment (there are five books in all)
[San Diego Reader] - Jeff Kinney drives west on Garnet, pointing out businesses on either side of the street. “There's a tattoo parlor, smoke shop, there's another smoke shop, a bar, bar, another bar. There's nothing to shop for on this block, absolutely no retail,” he