Rated PG-13 · 99 minutes · 2011

Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
It’s hard to believe Catherine Hardwicke is the director who made her debut with Thirteen back in 2003. Since then, she has fostered one nightmare after another, including The Nativity Story, Twilight and now this, a hilariously bad take on the famous fairytale. Amanda Seyfried stars as Valerie, a young woman living in a village terrorized by a werewolf. She has a red hood and a grandma, and the film is essentially a mystery seeing to answer the question: Who is the wolf? The wolf itself is a drab creation, and Seyfried drifts along aimlessly in the lead role, while Gary Oldman embarrasses himself as a religious wolf hunter. The film has the look of a painted village that one might find in a train set; the costuming is far too bright and clean; and the hair screams, “2011!” rather than, “Medieval times!” This is a lame Twilight wannabe and the worst film about a little village since, well, The Village.
Official Site: redridinghood.warnerbros.com
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Producer: Jennifer Killoran, Leonardo DiCaprio, Julie Yorn, Jim Rowe, Michael Ireland and Catherine Hardwicke
Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Billy Burke, Shiloh Fernandez, Max Irons, Virginia Madsen, Lukas Haas, Julie Christie, Shauna Kain, Michael Hogan, Adrian Holmes, Cole Heppell, Christine Willes, Michael Shanks, Kacey Rohl, Carmen Lavigne, Don Thompson, Matt Ward, Megan Charpentier and DJ Greenburg


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The Coast Halifax Big, bad Red Riding Hood This fairytale would have been better left untold. by Matt Semansky 03/10/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Teen wolf too: Red Riding Hood It's cynical, calculated and typically unoriginal, but as this prototype proves, it's not an altogether bad idea. by Justin Strout 03/10/2011
Portland Mercury It Huffs, It Puffs, It Blows Red Riding Hood: a flaming pile of wolf shit. by Courtney Ferguson 03/10/2011
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Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, March 11 Whether you need to go to Mars and get your mom back, fight the aliens in L.A. or even just want to defeat the big bad wolf, it's all at the movies. by James Ady 03/11/2011
Memphis Flyer Back in Red A familiar fairy tale retold for the Twilight demo. by Greg Akers 03/17/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Red Riding Hood, Mars Needs Moms, Battle: Los Angeles 03/10/2011

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