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Little Men (2005)

Little Men is a story that captures how we grow up. The film takes the question of, "Whether girls should be allowed in the clubhouse," and focuses on the reality of the situation. The ... See full summary »

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Vincent Vittorio (screenwriter)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Devon Gearhart ... Jake
Tyler Ross ... Thomas
Daniel Samonas ... Darren
Brooke Horn ... Gwen
Steve Mainini Steve Mainini ... Ryan
Ronnie Booth Ronnie Booth ... Nick
Sophi Bairley ... Barbra (as Sophia Bairley)
Aegis Duensing Aegis Duensing ... Wes
Shawn Smith Shawn Smith ... Holden
David Alls David Alls ... Manuel
Jessica McClellan Jessica McClellan ... Nicole
Jessica Simpson Jessica Simpson ... Jordan
Emrys Duensing Emrys Duensing ... Stephen
Price Crown ... Price (as Price Serfass)
Denard Croft Denard Croft ... Jamey
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Little Men is a story that captures how we grow up. The film takes the question of, "Whether girls should be allowed in the clubhouse," and focuses on the reality of the situation. The children, boys and girls, each realize if he or she is a leader or a follower, and struggle with this issue. The children, learning, fight to grow and to understand the next stage in their life, reminiscent for those who are already Big, and foretelling for those still Little.; Written by Scott Landy

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Whose side are you on?

Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | French | Spanish

Release Date:

14 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tampa, Florida, USA

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Box Office

Budget:

$50,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$941, 14 February 2005, Limited Release
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Big Kid Films See more »
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Color
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The film was shot in 11 days. See more »

Quotes

Darren: Man I'm thirteen years old! Don't you think I know how to build a clubhouse?
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the good old days
28 January 2008 | by UnpaidIntern04See all my reviews

I recently watched this film with my son who adored it. It takes me back to my childhood and the times that I would hang out with my friends in our "clubhouse". I appreciate that the film explored the conflict between genders. In some parts it was apparent that it only took 11 days to shoot. On the other hand the production value was impressive considering how quickly the film was completed. The cast seemed to work well together and after viewing the special features of the DVD I saw that it was carried over off screen. One of my favorite things about this film is the colors. It is absolutely beautiful, especially the greens from the plant life. Overall this film is a good bet. I would caution briefly about some of the language. There is no cursing but the standard, "stupid," "shut up," etc... that kids will probably hear anyway at the local park. In the end it is a cute story that makes you reminisce about the good old days.


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