Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front (2006) - Rotten Tomatoes

Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front (2006)

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You've met Samantha and Felicity, and in this, the third installment of the American Girl series, viewers are treated to an all-new family-friendly adventure that will warm your heart during the chilly holiday season. Molly Ringwald and Maya Ritter star as director Joyce Chopra brings the best-selling books about the lovable Molly McIntire to life on the big screen for the first time ever. The year is 1943 and war is raging across the globe. Molly's father is tending to wounded soldiers far from home, and all of the rubber rationing and turnips have gotten put the usually cheerful youngster into an uncharacteristically drab mood. To make matters worse, young Molly soon discovers that her father will not be able to return home for the holidays. But Molly isn't about to let her spirit be broken by the fact that her father is away performing his patriotic duties. Thanks to a little help from her family and friends, Molly is about to learn a lasting lesson about the importance of pulling together in times of need.

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Cast

Maya Ritter
as Molly McIntire
Tory Green
as Emily Bennett
Molly Ringwald
as Helen McIntire
David Aaron Baker
as Dr. James McIntire
Genevieve Farrell
as Jill McIntire
Andrew Chalmers
as Ricky McIntire
Sarah Orenstein
as Gladys Gilford
Sarah Manninen
as Miss Campbell
Samantha Wilson
as Linda Rinaldi
Hannah Fleming
as Susan Shapiro
Josette Halpert
as Alison Hargate
Eliza-Jane Scott
as Miss LaVonda
Amy Stewart
as Aunt Eleanor
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Tory Green r0xx0rz my s0xx0rz and she's gonna be hot someday. Molly Ringwald is not a mom. Maya Ritter, despite her ratty-ass grin, has a surprisingly deep voice which I enjoyed. Nice '40s atmosphere.

Alice Shen
Alice Shen

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Maybe I'm just a cry baby lately but I've cried two days in a row over Molly and Felicity. Or maybe the American Girl movies are just pretty stinking amazing! Now I have to see Kit and Samantha.

Dannielle Albert
Dannielle Albert

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