But they're wild kids, from the wrong side of the mountain. They do what they want, when they want!
Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?
Well, where will you find them? No one knows exactly where they live.
I told you, I've got a plan.
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Just like vinegar-y CHARMED and upstart little SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH, this show (for me, in its third outing, because I'm watching out of sequence on "Cavegirl Rocks" the Best-Of compilation) has a very strong feminist leaning. Men are depicted as everything useless. Which is basically true, I suppose, but just so that you know, kiddies, somebody from the enemy camp is watching as well. This little show is at least quite cute. It's all fun and good- natured and, well, very small, like, minute, running time not even a full thirteen minutes, but has a certain zing.
In this episode, Cavegirl is fed up with her family and realizes (quite rightly) she has no prospects other than being a food-cooking & clothes-washing slave, so she rebels and runs off to join the Bandits, only to discover that there it is really just gonna be same old, same old, same old.
Hey, another episode with Cavegirl getting "captured"! All sorts of undertones going on here...
Dad also proves himself to be a lily-livered coward. Basically the whole lot of them (except Cavegirl and her Mum) are blithering idiots when it cones down to the final tally (of course, Big BAYWATCH Sis is in a class of her own and exempted from criticism by this humble scribe).
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