The Little Rascals are back in an all-new movie! Join the fun with Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! The Rascals ...
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Wayne Szalinzki a wacky, absent-minded inventor, is back again but only this time he decides to use his infamous shrink machine just one more time. After when his wife Diane asks him to get... See full summary »
The Little Rascals are back in an all-new movie! Join the fun with Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! The Rascals try anything to raise the money needed to save their grandma's (Doris Roberts) bakery. The only trouble is - they can't seem to do anything right! From botched pet washes to terrible taxi service, they just can't raise a penny. Their only hope is to win prize money from the local talent show - but have you ever heard Alfalfa sing? Written by
This film liberally borrows gags, situations, set-ups, and plots from many of the shorts that made up the original Our Gang (Little Rascals) movie series. Some examples: - Anniversary Trouble (1935): The infamous hi-sign. - Teacher's Pet (1930): Getting kicked out of school during a party. - Helping Grandma (1931): Saving Grandma's business from a con man. - Birthday Blues (1932): Baking a cake with disastrous results. - Divot Diggers (1936): Getting jobs as caddies on a golf course. - The Kid from Borneo (1933): In a deleted scene, a parrot says the phrase "Yum, yum! Eat 'em up!" - Forgotten Babies (1933): The parrot says the "Remarkable!" - Free Wheeling (1932): Building a taxi that careens down a steep hill. Came the Brawn (1938): Alfalfa fighting "The Masked Marvel" (which turns out to be Butch). - Mike Fright (1934): "The International Silver String Submarine Band" competing in a talent contest. See more »
[Charlie Brown looks similer like the kids]
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There is an animation in the opening credits. The words "The Little Rascals" are tinkered with red boards. The words "Save the Day" are blue paint on the bottom. Spanky notices that the 'S' in "Rascals' is reversed. He turns it with too much momentum and all red letters fall down. See more »
LIttle Rascals have been around longer than I have been alive. They made people laugh and go awww at the same time back then and in the 90s when the first movie was released.
First, let me just say that over all the kids that played the Little Rascals was damn near perfect casting. Some of them, like Darla for example, almost looked like the original actress that played her had come back and not aged a single day. You will be consumed by the same laughter you come to expect from these characters. The rascals try different ways to make money for their Grandmas bakery to say up. They have many crazy harebrained ideas, some of which are downright hilarious. The movie really is a great watch for adults and children alike. While the ending I must admit I was not a fan of. I feel just because a movie doesn't end well, that the entire movie is bad.
Overall, it was very enjoyable.
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