There's some truly atrocious deliveries here, and a variety of flat dialogue, jokes and pop culture references. For more about The Little Rascals Save the Day and the The Little Rascals Save the Day Blu-ray release, see the published by Kenneth Brown on April 5, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. Is it funny or sometimes overly silly? From botched pet washes to terrible taxi service, they just can't raise a penny. Waldo and Darla have also entered the show in a duet. Alfalfa suggests making the performance better by getting Darla to sing the song with him. Parents won't be nearly as enamored with the misadventures of Alfalfa and the gang as their sons and daughters. Waldo's Dad comments to a shocked Waldo, that he might still have the receipt.
The gag in which the kids' car causes several adults to leap into the air was also borrowed from Hi'-Neighbor! But since they didn't raise money, they still had to do the talent show. Butch takes Porky's place in the ring and easily beats Alfalfa. Spanky and Alfalfa get jobs as Mr. But things go sour when their adopted Grandma discovers her bakery is about to go bankrupt. From botched pet washes to terrible taxi service, they just can't raise a penny. Join the fun with Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! The film is an adaptation of 's , a series of of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s many of which were broadcast on television as The Little Rascals which centered on the adventures of a group of neighborhood.
The acting is terrible -- the veteran adults look like they're reading cue cards, and the kid actors are overacting so much there's not a genuine emotion in the entire movie. Porky is to play Alfalfa's opponent, but he accidentally tells to Waldo. This business also ends poorly after Waldo cuts the car's brake wires, sending them down a steep hill and into a gazebo. The Little Rascals Save the Day may look distinctly direct-to-video, but its high definition encode is as proficient and problem-free as anyone could ask for. Their only hope is to win prize money from the local talent show. It made its Blu-Ray debut in 2014.
There are a few exceptions to this rule. Spanky confesses to Darla that he and the boys were responsible for ruining their picnic lunch. It was the first collaboration by Guay and Mazur, whose subsequent comedies were and. Escaping through the back door, Alfalfa is chased by Fifi, Waldo's , and he leaps into a pool and swims to the other side. Families who see the movie together can discuss teamwork and how the kids collaborate to save Grandma's bakery.
At the picnic, Alfalfa and Darla think they are alone, but the other club members secretly pull several silly pranks to sabotage their romantic date whoopee cushion, cat litter in sandwiches, etc. They didn't do anything for the tree house or grandma's bakery. Is this funny if you aren't familiar with the original? Join the fun with Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, Petey the dog and the whole gang as they are up to their usual mischief! Officer Kennedy, who has constantly had his dates with Miss Crabtree interrupted by the Rascals, yells at the kids for ruining yet another attempt at proposing marriage to the schoolteacher. So pop it in, get your sons and daughters comfortable, and go tend to some household chores on your to-do list. He suggests a pet washing business, which quickly goes haywire after he mistakenly replaces a bottle of shampoo with one containing green dye.
This version makes the itself only slightly better than decent look like a masterpiece of family filmmaking by comparison. To make matters worse, Waldo Kaye's father wants to buy the bakery and replace it with a shopping mall. The boys go to find Alfalfa and discover him in the company of his sweetheart Darla , with whom he is forbidden to be in love because she is a girl, which goes against club rules. In a deleted scene, he suggests that Alfalfa reminds him of himself when he was younger. Because Alfalfa burned down the clubhouse and also fraternized with a girl, he is assigned by Stymie Kevin Jamal Woods to guard the go-kart until the day of the race. If she is unable to pay the money in two weeks, she will lose her bakery.
Or anywhere for that matter! Waldo then hires Butch and The Woim to stop Alfalfa from winning the wrestling match. Do your kids even know who the Little Rascals are? To make matters worse, Waldo convinces Spanky to bet the money he had made from the match to him in the event that Alfalfa loses. Alfalfa makes several attempts to win back Darla, including sending her a fake love note. The Little Rascals Save the Day 2014 The Little Rascals Save the Day Blu-ray delivers stunning video and great audio in this fan-pleasing Blu-ray release That ragtag team of misfit kids from the '20s and '30s are back. Along with first prize, Alfalfa also wins back Darla, after it is revealed that it had been Darla who had kicked Waldo out of their car and finished the race alone because she found out that Waldo was responsible for the bubbles at the talent show.
Angered that Kennedy does not like children, Miss Crabtree breaks up with him. This time they try to raise money to help their beloved adopted grandma, who is about to lose her bakery to millionaire Big Ray Kaye. The Rascals try anything to raise the money needed to save their grandma's Doris Roberts bakery. Butch and Woim make several sneaky attempts to stop Alfalfa and Spanky from winning the race. Spanky next decides to have Alfalfa get into the wrestling ring against the mysterious Masked Marvel.
The Little Rascals are back in an all-new movie! As Alfalfa retrieves his underwear, he discovers Darla and Waldo in a hot tub, laughing at him, to his embarrassment. And if my little third-grader's big ol' grin and endless laughs are any indication, the Little Rascals might just have a place in the 21st century. The fur of several pets turns green, including Darla's cat. There was the 1950s television syndication of the theatrical shorts, further syndication throughout the '60s and '70s, the 1979 televised Christmas special, a Saturday morning Hanna-Barbera cartoon series in the 1980s, director Penelope Spheeris' 1994 feature film, and countless failed television pilots over the decades. Woim then gets scared and jumps into the slop willingly. Alfalfa squirms in discomfort as the slimy frog wriggles around in his tights, turning the show to chaos as he tries to catch it while still dancing along.