Adventure,Family   United States of America

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The story revolves around five mischievous second-grade kids: Phil, Lucy, Max, Sonny, and Whitney who are consistently breaking the rules set by their school principal, Mr. Brinway. Due to their disobedient behavior, Mr. Brinway gives them the nickname "Stinkers."

As part of a class field trip, their school visits a local aquarium. The Stinkers notice that one of the sea lions named Slappy seems unhappy in its enclosure. They feel sorry for Slappy and decide to hatch a plan to "free" him and make him happy.

The Stinkers sneak back to the aquarium after hours and manage to break into Slappy's enclosure. They successfully release him and then brainstorm about where Slappy should go. The idea of placing him in Mr. Brinway's hot-tub emerges as the perfect prank to play on their strict principal.

With their combined efforts, the Stinkers manage to transport Slappy to Mr. Brinway's house and place him in the hot tub. The following day, chaos ensues when Mr. Brinway discovers Slappy and tries to figure out how a sea lion ended up in his hot tub.

Meanwhile, the Stinkers try to cover their tracks, but it becomes increasingly challenging as their mischievous actions attract attention. Their attempts to keep the secret become more elaborate, leading to hilarious and unintended consequences.

As the chaos escalates, the Stinkers face the dilemma of whether to come clean about their involvement, take responsibility for their actions, and ultimately make things right for Slappy. Their friendship and loyalty are tested as they navigate their way through a series of comedic situations.

Throughout the movie, there are funny moments and heartfelt lessons about the importance of honesty, teamwork, and taking responsibility for one's actions. The Stinkers work together to rectify their mistakes and find a way to return Slappy to his rightful place at the aquarium.

In the end, the Stinkers manage to resolve the situation, learn valuable life lessons, and earn the respect of their school principal, Mr. Brinway, who realizes their intentions were good, although misguided. The movie concludes with the Stinkers proving themselves as more than just troublemakers and showing their growth as responsible individuals.
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