Me and the Kid (1993)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama


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A lonely and emotionally neglected rich kid forms an attachment to one of the men who kidnap him during a botched robbery of his father's safe.

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27 June 2010 | Wizard-8
Mostly bland family movie
Orion Pictures, the distributor of "Me And The Kid", was suffering from financial woes at the time and barely released this independently-made production. However, had they been able to give this movie a much wider release, I am pretty sure that the movie still wouldn't have been a success. It's a somewhat cheap-looking movie, badly photographed, and while the movie is set on American's east coast they apparently couldn't shoot most of the movie there and instead shot on obvious California locations. Chunks of the movie seem to be missing, probably lost in the editing room when they realized they had a bomb on their hands and were trying frantically to save it. I don't think even kids will find this movie entertaining - despite the set-up, the movie is surprisingly bland for the most part. And there are a few sequences so intense that younger children may be frightened by them. Add the movie's questionable theme - it's okay to run away from home if you don't like how your parents feel about you - and you have a movie not acceptable to parents OR kids.

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Soundtracks

GOIN' TO MEXICO
Music and lyrics by
Bob Cobert
Performed by Rick Logan, Arnold McCuller and Gene Miller

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Genres

Comedy | Crime | Drama | Family

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$45,715 (USA) (24 October 1993)

Gross:

$60,473 (USA)

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