Lulu Wilson was eleven years old when she first read the script. See more »
When Becky jumps off of the cabin roof to knock down her momentarily-distracted assailant, he drops his handgun. Becky then stabs him several times with a broken, sharp-edged wooden ruler but inexplicably ignores the handgun which she could have used later--an obvious missed opportunity. See more »
There was a little girl, Who had a little curl, Right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good, She was very good, But when she was bad, She was horrid.
[Poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow]
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Written by Hana Kahn and Daniel Schmitz
Performed by Hana Kahn
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Maillet & James
At almost 7 feet tall, grizzled bad guy Robert Maillet is the least scariest person in this film. They gave him a heart and even some dialog to boot. I've seen him in a million things and I'm glad he finally got a part with a little meat to it.
Kevin James is the bad guy here, and he surprisingly pulls it off. I will never look at him the same again.
It's not going to win any awards, but I liked it.
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