Radio Flyer (1992)

PG-13   |    |  Drama


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A father recounts a dark period of his childhood when he and his little brother lived in the suburbs.


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  • Elijah Wood and Joseph Mazzello in Radio Flyer (1992)
  • Elijah Wood and Joseph Mazzello in Radio Flyer (1992)
  • Richard Donner and Lauren Shuler Donner in Radio Flyer (1992)
  • Elijah Wood and Joseph Mazzello in Radio Flyer (1992)
  • Elijah Wood and Joseph Mazzello in Radio Flyer (1992)
  • Elijah Wood and Joseph Mazzello in Radio Flyer (1992)

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26 January 1999 | Andrew-81
A movie thats gets in your gut and makes your emotions pour out.
When I first saw this movie, I first started to hate it because of the violence of abuse, but what got to me, was the music of the movie, and the acting that went with it. I, admit, a dream about a talking buffalo was a little weird, but what got to me was the music through the dream, and the VERY COOL performances of Elijah Wood, as the confused brother, torn between about what he knows, and what he can not say. Promises not to say as a special PACT with his younger brother, who tells him not to say anything to the mother.. A BRILLANT DEBUT of Joseph Mazzello, who moves you with the music, as he see his destiny, before it happens, of getting away from the King, the Abuser, by building a airplane, out of a toy wagon. Let me tell, nothing gets you like the end of the movie, and the younger brother is ready to take off the flyer, they built. One brother gives his favorite jacket, as sign of love to remember him by. Out of *****, I give this movie a *****.

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Box Office

Budget:

$35,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,932,595 23 February 1992

Gross USA:

$4,651,977

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,651,977

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