Little Savages

Synopsis: Visiting the charming lake town of Culver, a boy genius and his sister race against bullies to find a treasure hidden by an eccentric philanthropist.
Genre: Adventure, Family
Director(s): Paul Tomborello
Production: Bearfruit Films
 
IMDB:
5.6
TV-G
Year:
2016
95 min
Website
6 Views

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It's another

sunny day in Indiana, folks!

It's 90 degrees and climbing.

So throw your kids in a lake,

because it's going

to be a hot one!

All right, now we're going

to try to beat the heat

with another cool off.

Is science your life?

If you just nodded your head,

then you belong at our camp.

Join us this summer

for some scierrific fun.

Hey, where's your brother?

You're going to look up

from that tiny little screen

and your entire summer

is going to be gone.

Why don't you just

throw me in a lake'?

What'?

Go find your brother.

You want to make

your summer worthwhile?

Then sign up now!

Yay!

Come on, we got to go.

Let go of me.

I can walk on my own.

I caught him watching that commercial

for the crazy science camp.

It's not a commercial.

It's an advertisement.

What's the difference? Did you

at least find a bathroom?

No, I got sidetracked.

Albie, do you remember the last

time you tried to hold it too long?

Mom, I'm fine.

Hey, maybe I can go here

instead of science camp.

Oh, honey, I'm sorry

that science camp didn't

work out for this summer.

What am I going to do with that

chemistry set that Dad gave me'?

Yeah, it's really too bad that he

can't go to his dorky science camp.

You know I'm committing

social suicide, right'?

Hashtag life stinks.

Hey, now, you guys

are going to feel differently

when we get to Aunt Jackie's.

Hashtag doubtful.

Oh, shakafaka!

That's one for the record books,

I'll tell you.

And we'll come back

with a lift/e more music

after this quick

commercial break.

Is science your life?

If you just nodded your...

You belong at our camp.

Oh, brother.

Hi! Hey! Hey! Hi!

Hey, I'm so glad to...

Look at this.

It's doing it on its own.

Please tell me we don't have

to be seen in public with her.

Oh, Tiffany, please. Cut it out.

Oh, yeah.

Watch this. Watch me go.

Yeah! Yeah! Come on.

Watch this. Oh, yeah!

I can do the robot. Oh, yeah!

Oh, yeah! Watch!

Come here, come here, come here.

Get over here.

Give me some sugar!

Hey. No, seriously, kid.

You got any candy?

You smell like Werthefis.

So you're saying I'm old'?

Maybe.

You know, I

used to look like her.

Anyway, you are going to be

my new test subject

for my comedy routine because

I can tell you are hilarious.

Lookin' what-what'?

Harassing him already?

Of course!

Hi. Good. Good ride.

Thank you so much for letting

them come stay with you.

Are you kidding? I'm so

excited to have them.

Oh, my gosh. Are you excited?

These look heavy.

They're very heavy.

Okay, be careful then.

Thanks.

Okay, well...

So Luke and I,

we got this last-minute call

to go do some

seismology research in the...

Blah, blah, blah. You

lost me at seismology.

My niece and nephew are here.

It's really exciting.

They're here! They're... kids!

Kids...

Well, you know, they

shouldn't be much trouble.

I mean, Tiffany is 16.

Well, she can't be any worse

than you were at that age.

What'? No. I was a great child.

Shh, shh, shh, no.

Acceptance is good.

You were a brat.

Oh, come on.

Which one is my room'?

Tiffany, your manners.

Just take whichever

room you like.

Oh, she's driving me

absolutely crazy.

Oh, let me tell you about Albie.

Okay. Okay, he's very sensitive.

Okay'? He has

a lot of allergies,

so he should probably just

stay inside most of the time.

Or you'll be dealing

with a lot of problems

like drainage and mucus.

That's a little graphic.

Yeah. Where does

it all come from'?

He also has some trouble

making friends.

So he likes to be alone.

Yeah, he can be

a little awkward.

He stays to himself a lot,

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