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Lloyd (2001)

PG | | Comedy, Drama, Family | 4 May 2001 (USA)
A boy learns that confidence and self-esteem are the greatest gifts.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brendon Ryan Barrett ...
JoAnn (Lloyd's mom)
Kristen Parker ...
Patrick Higgins ...
Chloe Peterson ...
Mr. Weid
Tom Zeebo
Mrs. Crub
Arielle Noel ...
Jessica Brown ...
Tanya (as Jessica Brown)
Chad Wilson ...
Nathan's Girlfriend


Lloyd is a sweet and funny 11 year old class clown who's always getting into trouble with his teachers. Mrs. Crub is the meanest teacher in school. When Lloyd tries to rescue one of his classmates from her cruelty, he is banished to a class for "less enthusiastic" students. There, Lloyd joins three other sub-par students: Troy, Carla, and Storm. Lloyd learns a lesson about love when pretty Tracey becomes the newest class member. For Lloyd it's love at first sight. Unfortunately for sweet Lloyd, he is no match for the handsome Storm, the junior high "rebel without a cause." But with help from his mom, his little brother, and a mysterious magician, Lloyd learns that confidence and self-esteem can still get him the pretty girl in the end. Written by SOHO Films

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Rated PG for language and playground violence | See all certifications »


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Nathan: I heard Troy got his butt whipped Yeah so?
Lloyd: ...Yeah so?
Nathan: So What are you gunna do about it?
Lloyd: You better get out of here before mom sees your bains splattered all over my ceiling!
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Written by Dean Bruni
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Enough humour to be a comedy.
8 September 2001 | by (Hertfordshire, England) – See all my reviews

Todd does a good job as Lloyd, the star of the show. A not so good looking kid with a desperation to be looked upon as not ugly. The only exception to his good acting is one scene 45 minutes in, where some emotion was required. Depending on your expectation of a child actor you can let that slide. A quick word on the comic performance of Taylor Negron, Excellent.

Slight confusion creeps in when a child desperate for female attention becomes most upset about the situation directly after one girl's obvious attention. As for the excuse he was after one girl in particular, that's just being picky.

It's nice to see a film with some good comedy touches, that are subtly distributed throughout the film. There is nothing worse than the 'This Is A Joke' neon sign that many films use to try and get you to laugh. Not trying to be all meaningful or take itself particularly seriously, this film actually elevates itself above the general cheap riff raff that it would be pigeon-holed with.

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