Watch Kids' Reviews of
ANNIE (HDNET MOVIES KIDSCENE)

What to know: Based on the musical "Annie," centers on a plucky red-headed orphan that works her way into the heart of a cold-heated industrialist.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED
Recommended age 5-12
127 minutes
FeatureFilm
HDNET MOVIES LLC
Listen to reviews on our radio show Listen to KIDS FIRST! Radio Coming Attractions on VoiceAmerica
ANNIE (HDNET MOVIES KIDSCENE) cover image Click to play video trailer
This is one of my favorite movie musicals. The story is about an adorable, strong, brave and optimistic little orphan girl named Annie played by Aileen Quinn. This is a very touching story about a little orphan who gets lucky and is chosen to spend the week with the very rich Oliver Warbucks, the billionaire played by Albert Finney. Only he does not like her, and wants to trade her in for a little boy. But his private secretary played by Ann Reinking persuades him to let her stay. While there she softens him up and opens his eyes to see things in a different way. Mr. Warbucks wants to adopt Annie. Only she doesn't want to be adopted and wants to find her biological parents. So Mr. Warbucks agrees to help her. Does she find her biological parents or does Mr. Warbucks adopt her?
My favorite character has to be Annie, because even though she was very sad and missed her parents very much, she tried to make the bet of the situation for herself and the other girls. My favorite part is when Annie rescues Sandy from the boys in the alley. I thought that was hilarious!
Annie is one of the many classics films being brought to your home by HDnet Movies on KidScene a morning and Friday night programming block specifically for kids and families.
I rate this movie 4 out of 5 stars because it does start out a little sad, and for this reason I recommend this movie to kids 6 and up. Reviewed by Ny'Asia Bell, age 7, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
Based on the musical "Annie," centers on a plucky red-headed orphan that works her way into the heart of a cold-heated industrialist. Released originally in 1982.
You too can become a film critic!
KIDS FIRST! Goes Local: Submit a review & win!
Kid Critic video review by
NY'ASIA BELL

NEW SEARCH
Kid movie news & Free DVDs:
Join KIDS FIRST! on Twitter Join KIDS FIRST! on Pinterest Join KIDS FIRST! on Facebook
Loading Search...