Max Keeble's Big Move is one of those movies that you totally forgot existed, but now that I've mentioned it you remember every single word to MacGoogles's theme song.
"MacGoogles is me name, I like a swampy bog! It's time to play a game with your favorite highland frog!"
As memory serves, this was the first movie I ever saved up for and bought with my own money. I couldn't have been more than 10 years old, and all I wanted was to watch Max Keeble defeat the school bullies before his family moved away. It also helped that the main girl's name was Megan and she had red hair, the same as me. I watched the DVD non-stop, including every single special feature it had to offer.
Alex D. Linz, who played Max, seemed poised to become a big star. Having already starred in Home Alone 3, Linz had an impressive resume for someone who was just 12 years old.
But it seemed that Max Keeble's Big Move was also Alex D. Linz's last big movie. So what happened to the child star after he took down Troy McGinty and Principal Jindraike?