Little Red Wagon Reviews
A little boy in Tennessee is taken back by the number of homeless families and children he sees in his city. He takes up an effort to walk around the neighborhood and collect donations to make care packages for the homeless. He then starts writing letters to major companies until Build-a-Bear finally responds. The boy's efforts begin getting recognized and he ultimately becomes the youngest boy to lead a non-profit organization.
"So far sixteen people are dead."
David Anspaugh, director of Hoosiers, Rudy, WiseGirls, Moonlight and Valentino, The Game of their Lives, Fresh Horses, and Two against Time, delivers Little Red Wagon. The storyline for this picture is above average and has a great sister-brother dynamic. The primary premise was good and the subplot of the homeless family was also very interesting. The acting as solid and the cast includes Chandler Canterbury, Anna Gunn, Frances O'Connor, Deena Dill, Dylan Matzke, and Daveigh Chase.
"Nice work, chick magnet."
The Little Red Wagon is a movie I decided to sit down and watch with my daughter. She definitely enjoyed portions of this movie, especially the walking scenes with the boy; but overall, this was just an above average family drama. I recommend watching this once but I wouldn't add it to my DVD collection.
"He makes me feel special."