A kid tries to stop the neighborhood villain from plowing the streets and preventing a day off from school, while her older brother woos a girl who’s supposed to be out of his league. This grasping comedy targets kids of all ages but will please no one as it exploits exhausted ideas about adolescence. Just in case the pseudosubversive notions about popularity or the teenagers’ precious, precocious conversations about love prove too intellectual for some viewers, the cast of characters includes a plump child who’s always farting. Chris Koch directed a screenplay by Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi; with Mark Webber, Zena Grey, Chris Elliott, Jean Smart, and Chevy Chase. 90 min.