Sunday, March 25, 2018

Fred Savage Movies

Fred Savage’s career in the big screen started in 1986 in the comedy-drama movie “The Boy Who Could Fly.” While the film wasn’t a commercial success, it did earn him his first award “Young Artist Award” for best-supporting actor. Over the years, the actor has had some high grossing films that earned him many accolades. Since the actor started young in the show business, he has already been in many films.
With that, so many people are always debating whichever his greatest films are.  If you are his fan, you probably also have your preference over what film is his best. From what online viewers share in numerous votes as well as based on the success of his films, among his best films is “The Princess Bride” in 1987. The movie is a comedy romance fantasy adventure movie directed and produced by Rob Reiner, which was adapted from a novel of the same name.
This movie is what earned him another “Young Artist Award”, this time for Best Actor. In the following year, he appeared in the American comedy movie “Vice Versa”. The movie as a flop in the box office but his performance was praised and even earned him a “Saturn Award for Best Young Performer.”  Another of his most popular film is the “Little Monsters”.  This one is a 1989 comedy fantasy film with him as the lead.
Throughout the years, Savage appeared in a number of other movies although he is more seen on television. Among his most notable movies are “The Wizard” in 1989, “The Rules of Attraction” in 2002 and the movie “Welcome to Mooseport” in 2004. He also made his directorial debut with the comedy movie “Daddy Day Camp” in 2007. The movie did moderately at the box office but it became one of the movies with the worst reviews.

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