As it’s Easter weekend and most of us are with our loved ones, I’ve decided this week’s movie has to be a comedy, but not any comedy…one that takes you back to your childhood and makes you remember all the wonderful silly things that made you happy:)
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Director: Penelope Spheeris
Writers: Penelope Spheeris, Robert Wolterstorff, Mike Scott, Paul Guay, Stephen Mazur
Lead actors: Travis Tedford, Bug Hall, Brittany Ashton Holmes
1994 Comedy, Family, Romance
One of the most funny and sweet movies I’ve ever seen:)
The story follows the oldest trick in the world…no matter how hard you try to play against the girls, eventually they will pull you on their side with just one smile!
The boys lead an anti-girl organisation running in a soapbox car rally, but their well-loved and respected driver falls for the lovely Darla.
The group decides that they need to do everything in their power to break up the couple, but while they concentrate their attention towards Alfalfa and Darla, they are in danger to lose the race.
The movie is fast paced, has many layers and plots…it’s incredibly funny and enjoyable.
There is at least a line, a scene or even a story that will remind you of your own childhood tricks, memories that you can now, only find in a photo album:)
It’s a charming innocent story, full of light comic moments that you can share on a late evening with family and friends!
Enjoy watching this week’s choice!
Happy Easter to all you amazing people out there:)