Little Savages

DVD Release: February 2, 2016
Little Savages


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.

Dove Review

When Albie and his sister Tiffany go to their Aunt Jackie’s for the summer because their parents are traveling, neither of them is pleased with the trip. Tiffany, a typical teenage girl, doesn’t want to hang out with little brother. Albie, on the other hand, is a genius and has a hard time fitting in with other kids. But little do both of them know that they will find themselves in the middle of quite an adventure.

Like in most towns, a bunch of kids think they can get away with anything they want. Some of them are bullies and the other kids just hang out together, protect each other and have fun. Albie meets the Savages, a group of kids who are related to each other in one way or another and just like to have a good time. Billy and his friends pick on the Savages. The two groups become competitors when they start looking for clues in search of a treasure.

“Little Savages” is a fun adventure for the entire family with a few lessons along the way. This cute film teaches that cheaters never win, especially if they are bullies. We are proud to award this film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Comment about burying man's "nuts"
Language: Name calling, such as idiot, Doofus, rats, Dweeb; Geez-2
Violence: Bullies put boy in trash can; men chase boys driving golf carts; man smokes in car with boy and threatens young boy; dad bullies his son
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild cleavage and midriffs
Other: Rudeness toward others; boy has an allergic reaction and is in hospital; cheating in contest.


Company: Archstone
Director: Paul Tomborello
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 97 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe