A young man recruits a film student to help him prove the existence of an urban legend.
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Bullied by his siblings and nagged by his parents, 11-year-old Preston is fed up with his family — especially their frugality. But he gets his chance to teach them a lesson when a money-laundering criminal nearly bulldozes Preston with his car and gives the boy a blank check as compensation. Preston makes the check out for $1 million and goes on a spending spree he’ll never forget. Maybe now, his family will take him seriously!
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