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Despite some grumbles over minor changes made by the filmmakers Titty is now Tatty , this is a faithful version which captures the fun and excitement of being free from parental control. The story needs a bit of drama and skulduggery as the rest is all pretty larky with the emphasis on light comedy and sibling joshing, rather than anything with greater depth or emotional substance. Where the picture really scores is in the casting of the children, a feisty and likeable bunch of moppets. The youngest win the most laughs. Teddie-Rose Malleson-Allen is delightful as the nine-year-old Tatty Walker who is the plucky Able Seaman of the Swallow, the boat commandeered by the children for their camping trip to the island. Her younger brother, seven-year-old Roger, is played by Bobby McCulloch, a natural born-scene stealer but thankfully no over-actor either.
I always admire the family who puts on color-coordinated outfits and poses together for the camera. All parents believe their kids are geniuses. It's in our DNA. But my year-old son Cole?
You can almost feel the soft breeze rolling off the hills as the plucky heroes survey the undulating, verdant landscape for the first time, staring adoringly at an island in the middle of a lake that will become the scene for their gung-ho summer escapades. If a British film is ever going to convince 21st century youngsters to stop swiping and start building dens and scavenging, this is it. Certainly, parents will be charmed by the nostalgia-steeped narrative and fond memories of the film adaptation that arrived soon after the rousing success of The Railway Children. En route, the children have a close encounter with James Turner Rafe Spall , who is being chased on their train by a man called Lazlov Andrew Scott.