Kit Kittredge Review, by Lou Lumenick of New York Post

ONE of the 10 best American movies re leased so far this year, "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" is the surprisingly satisfying first theatrical film inspired by a long-running series of historically themed dolls.


I've not seen three earlier TV movies based on other books in the series, but this one, starring a terrific Abigail Breslin and set during the Great Depression, turns out through an accident of timing to be amazingly relevant to our times.


Kit's family is facing foreclosure on its home after her father (Chris O'Donnell) loses his business and leaves Cincinnati in search of a job in Chicago


To read the rest of this review, visit New York Post:

'KIT KITTREDGE': LEGEND OF THE DOLL

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Nov 1, 2008 11:45PM EDT

Def. not one of the ten best films released this year. Put the pipe down son.

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