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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
Based on the "Our Gang" comedies, a series of comedy short films produced by Hal Roach from 1922 to 1938, and by MGM from 1938 to 1944. The 1929-1938 Roach entries were later syndicated to television in the 1950s as The Little Rascals (1955). 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 »
Not a masterpiece by any means but as far as kids movies go, it's pretty good. Cute and harmless, and it does have the feel of the old Little Rascals. The plot is simple, the kids try to come up with ways to make money so "grandma" doesn't lose her bakery to the bank or Waldo's dad, and trouble ensues. The young actors are adorable (especially Camden Gray as Porky!) and fit their roles quite well in my opinion. Casting Eden Wood, the spoiled "star" from Toddlers & Tiaras complete with her own homemade music videos and dolls, as Darla was a curious choice but surprisingly it works.
Obviously this won't be winning any Oscars, but it's a cute movie that I'm glad I checked out despite the extremely low expectations.
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