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Little Hercules in 3-D (2009)

Little Hercules travels from Mt. Olympus to live life as a mortal in Los Angeles.

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Socrates
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Dana
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Hera
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Coach Nimms
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Kevin
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Curtis
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Marduk
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Dwayne Harr
Richard Sandrak ...
Little Hercules
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Zeus (as Terry 'Hulk' Hogan)
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XX
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Crazy (as 2 Krazy)
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Robin
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Mrs. Becker (as Linda Bollea Hogan)
Renán Almendariz Coello ...
El Cucuy (as Renan Almendarez)
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Little Hercules travels from Mt. Olympus to live life as a mortal in Los Angeles.

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A superhero who wanted to be a boy

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Family

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Rated PG for action/violence and some language | See all certifications »
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2009 (USA)  »

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$513,722
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1.78 : 1
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The end credits misspell Hulk Hogan's character as "Zues" instead of as "Zeus". See more »

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Referenced in DVTV: Petr Cífka (2015) See more »

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Robin Givens alone--repeat, alone--makes "Little Hercules in 3-D" worth seeing.
21 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

"Little Hercules in 3-D" is, to be blunt about it, ABSOLUTELY AWFUL. The premise--young Hercules comes to Earth from Mt. Olympus and is befriended by a black kid and his mother--is not only fully unbelievable but downright juvenile, the performances--with literally one exception, which will ultimately be gotten into--range from grandstanding (Hulk Hogan as young Herc's father) to flat-out horrid (Judd Nelson as an official at the school said black kid and young Herc attend), and the script would not cut the mustard even as an episode of a Saturday- morning live-action series. However, as mentioned, there is one, and only one exception, as far as the acting is concerned, and that alone-- alone--is the drawing card. That exception is, namely, Robin Givens as the black youth's mother. As Dana, she offers her usual amounts of sprightly charm, high-gloss sexiness, and glittering intelligence. When she's standing with Nelson's high-school official and dealing with Herc's dad, we envy Nelson for having such a qualitative ally. When Dana squares off against young Herc's scheming mother (when the latter asks Dana what her game is, the former replies: "Trying to stop you--one mother to another"), we feel young Herc should be wholly grateful to have such an appealing advocate. Really and truly, when Robin Givens is on-screen during "Little Hercules in 3-D," a sow's ear becomes not only a silk purse but an entire uptown ensemble.


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