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Radio Flyer
- Lorraine Bracco

Overview - Two young brothers' lives are turned upside down when their new alcoholic stepfather enters their world and begins to beat young Bobby. Devoted to their mom, they come up with their own solution and attempt to build a working airplane from their ordinary red wagon.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Two young brothers' lives are turned upside down when their new alcoholic stepfather enters their world and begins to beat young Bobby. Devoted to their mom, they come up with their own solution and attempt to build a working airplane from their ordinary red wagon. In the process, they transform their own lives into an extraordinary adventure.

Cast List

Richard Donner - American Director/Producer
John Heard - American actor, HOME ALONE (1990)
Ben Johnson - American Actor/Westerns
Lorraine Bracco - Italian American Film and Television Actress, THE SOPRANOS
Joseph Mazzello - Child Actor
Elijah Wood - American actor

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 114
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 043396067103
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: June 2006

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Adventure
Family Interaction
Children
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Synopsis:
The story tells of two imaginative young boys who take refuge from an abusive stepfather and a neglectful mother by creating an elaborate fantasy world.

Notes:
The Radio Flyer conceptualist was Michael Scheffe. Tom Hanks, who does the narration, was uncredited.

Reviews:
"...Evans's thoughtful script and the unclichéd performances of Wood and Mazzello exert a powerful grip. The film stays with you..." - 03/19/1992 Rolling Stone, p.104


"...Funny, warm moments..." - 02/21/1992 USA Today, p.5D


"...An original....Elijah Wood, in particular, holds the screen -- he has a beautifully inquisitive face, with eyes like liquid marbles..." - 02/28/1992 Entertainment Weekly, p.32-3

 
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