Triple-bill of young teen comedies. In 'Get a Clue' (2002), Lexy (Lindsay Lohan), a privileged twelve-year-old who has spent her entire life amongst the wealthy and elite of Manhattan, prides herself on her ability to get the scoop and serve it up in her school's gossip column. However, when a photo she has taken of her teachers is published in the city's daily paper, one teacher goes missing. Lexy sets out to solve the mystery along with her working-class friend Jack (Bug Hall). In 'Life Size' (2000), 14-year-old Casey (Lohan) is dispirited and downcast following her mother's death, and feels she and her father (Jere Burns) are losing their closeness. When she comes across a book of magic spells she decides to make use of it and try to bring her mother back to life. But her well-intended plan goes hilariously wrong and instead she brings to life her fashion doll Eve (Tyra Banks). Eve is delighted to find herself in the world but has a lot to learn and Casey does not feel prepared to take her under her wing. Finally, in 'Cadet Kelly' (2002), Hilary Duff stars as Kelly Collins, an artistic, fashion-minded teen who's forced to go from flashy fab to olive drab at her new step dad's military academy. As the clumsiest, most clueless recruit ever to botch basic training, Kelly seems to be fighting an uphill battle to fit in. But it's all-out war when she butts heads with Cadet Captain Stone (Christy Carlson Romano), a tough-as-nails, by-the-book, 'commanding officer' determined to break her spirit. See how once-carefree Kelly keeps it together amidst endless rules and regulations to win Stone's respect, while still managing to leave her own unique mark on the school.