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Hoodwinked!

Is deception ever justified? It can be depending on the situation mainly to protect a loved one or one’s self. Hoodwinked is an animated film directed and written by Cory Edwards. It’s a retell of the classic fairy tale ‘The Little Red Riding Hood’ but with a twist. The film starts off with Red at Grannys house delivering goodies just like the story, but is surprised to find out that it’s actually the “Big Bad Wolf” disguised as Granny when her actual Grandmother bursts through the closet all tied up. The woodmen then smashes through the window and starts waving his axe around screaming. In the next scene the police arrive and all the suspects are in handcuffs ready to be questioned (Red, Granny, The Wolf, and the woodsman) about what happened and find out if there’s anything that can lead them to find out the identity of the goodie bandit. The four then tell their sides of the story. Red was on her way to deliver goodies to her Granny when she received a threat from the goodie bandit and decided to bring the recipe book to her Grannys house where it would be safe along the way she runs into the wolf who kept asking her questions about what was in her basket. With the help of another character Boingo the Bunny she managed to escape and reach Grannys house only to find out the wolf beat her to it. At first the chief suspected it to be the Wolf since in the original story the wolf is seen as the villain. The Wolf started his story and all he wanted was to track down the Goodie bandit and suspected it was Red and Granny since their recipes were the only ones that weren’t stolen. He chased Red through the woods and failed multiple times and thought the best way to catch her was to get to Grannys house before her. Boingo then appears and asks why they’re headed to Grannys and let them know he had a shortcut to help them get there. In the woodsman’s story he…...

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