Running time: 87 mins
Jamie (Emily Alyn Lind) marches to the beat of her own music video. As a creative glitter-loving diva-in-the-making, she daydreams about how life should be played out as full-blown musical productions. In her mind, Hudson Rivers (David Mazouz), the eighth-cutest boy in Mackerel Middle School, returns her affections and 'perfect people' like Angeline (Sterling Griffith), the prettiest and most popular girl in school, are banished so that average kids like Jamie and her best friend Isabella (Mary-Charles Jones) get their due. Real life, however, is somewhat different and as a result, Jamie pours out her innermost thoughts to her cherished Dear Dumb Diary. When her after-school activities, including her favourite Art Club, are threatened with budget cuts, Jamie sees a fund-raising jump-a-thon as her chance to save the day, while at the same time impressing Hudson by beating Angeline. Dear Dumb Diary is a foot-tapping, finger-clicking, musical treat for all the family, based on the international bestselling book series.