The Adventures of Huck Finn
Huck is constantly getting into trouble despite the widow Douglas' best efforts to reform him. His drunken father kidnaps Huck with plans to kill him in order to get the money his dead mother left Huck. Huck fakes his death and escapes down the Mississippi river, where he teams up with runaway slave Jim, and they have various adventures together.
13 member reviews/ratings for this MovieAverage Rating: (6.92 / 10)
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If you like Eli Wood, you'll love this movie! especially the scenes where he's soaked to the bone!My Movie Rating: 10 / 10
This was my favorite version of the Huck Finn movies. Elijah Wood was the best Huck Finn ever. The movie was totally awsome.My Movie Rating: 9 / 10
As much as I like Elijah Wood, he's too young for the role. And of course this is a Disney film, so much of the satire has lost it's edge. My favorite thing about the book is not so much the story, but how the story is told, in Huck's voice and language, yet still filled with beautiful descriptions. And I love the more subtle, gradual growth of Huck's character in the novel. Unfortunately, this is all lost in the film. But if you take it as just a simple boy's adventure, it's still entertaining.My Movie Rating: 5 / 10
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