A month before his 13th birthday, Jeremy Fink receives a mysterious wooden box in the mail with the words "The Meaning of Life-for Jeremy Fink to open on his 13th birthday." It has four locks, but the keys are lost. In order to find out what secrets lie within the box it's up to Jeremy and his best friend Lizzy to use their imaginations to search high and low throughout Manhattan for clues. Their adventure brings them from flea markets to corporate office buildings to science museums meeting wacky and interesting characters along the way. Each encounter unlocks a clue to bring them closer to finding out the contents of the box and ultimately discovering the greatest secret of them all! Based on the beloved book by Wendy Mass.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for some mild thematic elements
Did You Know?
Marian Seldes' final film. See more
When Maybel opens the package (the book) the back of the book is shown to be a Dear Canada book. See more
We have it all on video. You destroyed private property. Add breaking and entering, and you're working on a pretty serious rap sheet.
There was no breaking, and the door was unlocked. So, what's so bad about entering?
Stop it. Stop talking. I asked you not to get me arrested this summer.
Come Out Come Out
Written by Jeremy Little (ASCAP) and Derek O'Brien (ASCAP)
Published by Go Go Sophisto (ASCAP) and Leprechaun Ditties (ASCAP)
Performed by Front Row For The Meltdown
Courtesy of Jeremy Little See more