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  • Kathy Robins

    Radio Flyer (1992) Elijah Wood, John Heard, Lorraine Bracco and Adam Baldwin.....painful but so good

  • Elbe Seaton

    Favorite movie of all time: Radio Flyer

  • Miranda Koski

    This is one of my favorite early films. I have a long list of movies that I watched as a kid and could only remember bits and pieces of, so had to rewatch as I discovered them again. This movie focuses on two little boys and their experiences with a particularly abusive step-father. It's really emotional, but a great film overall.

  • Renee Larson

    radio flyer movie - Google Search

  • Lanka Liyanapathiranage

    Radio Flyer 1992...Loved this movie but it was so sad. Great movie! Mike and Bobby are brothers who endure a horrific life of abuse at the hands of their stepfather. In an effort to save his younger brother from further turmoil, Mike tries to turn their red wagon into a working airplane. Cast: Lorraine Bracco, John Heard, Adam Baldwin, Elijah Wood Tearjerker, Drama

  • Deborah Austin

    Very sad movie - don't let the cover fool you

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