A child meets the monster that lives under his bed. He even becomes one of his best friends. Soon the child discovers a whole new world of fun and games under his bed where pulling pranks on kids and other monsters is the main attraction. Written by
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In the scene where Daniel Stern is asking Fred Savage to get the monster's autograph, the tickling was improvised and Savage's reactions are genuine. See more »
When glen is flipping through the channels without the remote he puts on a Celtics game and then phillies games where harry kalas announcers mike schmidt's name then when glen opens the window and asks brian and eric if they seen the remote because he wants to watch the sox and celtics games however inter league play did not begin until 1997 so their is no way the redsox could be playing the phillies. See more »
You got your stupid remote control back. Now how about lighting a candle or something? These lights are painful.
Hey, what about the batteries?
I ate 'em for breakfast. I'd give 'em to ya right now but double A battries constipate me, ok? How bout a little later?
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After the song "Road to Nowhere" the rest of the audio track is Maurice eating Dorito's. See more »
Little Monsters (1989) Fred Savage, Howie Mandel, Daniel Stern, Ben Savage, Margaret Whitton, D: Richard Alan Greenburg. Teenager Savage moves into a new house where questionable pranks are being set off, and he's getting blamed for them all; he traps the culprit from underneath his bed: a mischievous eleven-year-old monster named Maurcie, who takes him down to his monster underworld complete with zero adult-supervision. Profanity-stricken kids' comedy has a real mean streak by worst of all-influencing bad values and lessons. Running Time: 103 minutes and rated PG for language and violence. * ½
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