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Red Riding Hood (2006)

Grandma is babysitting her two grandkids. The girl wants to go out, but grandma asks them to hear a story first. The kids accept if they can change aspects of the story such as replacing the wolf with a werewolf. Is there a catch?

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Grandma
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Matt / Rusty (as Sam Stone)
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Red's Dad
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Red's Mom
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Jack De Wolf / Big Bad Wolf
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Shopkeeper Woman
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Hunter's Dad
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Gypsy Fortune Teller
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TV Reporter
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Boy Scout #2 (as Brett Loehr)
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Grandma is babysitting her two grandkids. The girl wants to go out, but grandma asks them to hear a story first. The kids accept if they can change aspects of the story such as replacing the wolf with a werewolf. Is there a catch?

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A classic tale with some modern magic!


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Rated PG for language, some crude humor and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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7 February 2007 (Brazil)  »

Also Known As:

Caperucita Roja: El cuento clásico con un toque de magia  »

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$1,600,000 (estimated)
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Hey Grandma
Written by Bruce Roberts and Diana B
Performed by Lainie Kazan and Morgan Thompson
Produced by Bruce Roberts for Chalkboard Music, Inc.
Published by: TAG Entertainment, Inc. and Chalkboard Music, Inc.
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only some enjoy fun
19 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

Like all adaptations there are varying degrees of differences to the original text, however the reviews some of the others are ridiculously narrow-minded, this adaptation is a new / novel approach to an old theme. The original text was to warn children to adhere to parental advice and if you do not the consequences would be dire. This adaptation takes into consideration the changing world and what is seen as normal in today's society, just because this film has the courage to do so and reflect it back onto the viewing audience - I say the writer / producer / director team did extremely well. Don't deny artistic integrity, embrace it and encourage the arts. OK its not your cup of tea - do not brandish it paedophilic in its interpretation.


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