Year of Release: 1998
Director: John Murlowski
Approx. Running Time: 84 minutes
My Rating: 2 stars (Out of 5)
From Back Cover:
AMERICA'S RICHEST KID IS BACK with all his incredible toys - and he's dreaming of more than just a white Christmas - in his all new feature-length film!
When Richie accidentally wrecks a sleigh full of presents for needy children, he wishes he'd never been born. But Richie gets more than he bargained for when Professor Keenbean's Wishing Machine actually makes his wish come true!
Now he's caught in the middle of an upside-down world where nothing's the way he remembers it - and no one remembers him either! Richie's having the adventure of a lifetime in a hilariously wacky race to get back to his own wonderful life and set things right with his hot-tempered cousin, Reggie, who is trying to ruin Christmas for all.
Come join Richie (David Gallagher of "Seventh Heaven"), his pals Gloria (Harriet from Harriet the Spy), Freckles and Pee-Wee, and his lovable dog Dollar, for excitement, fun and a thrilling ride in a family film sure to make all your holiday wishes come true!
I bought this cute but not memorable straight-to-video sequel in a lot of Billy Burnette movies on Ebay. I watched it once, but probably won't ever watch it again.
Rated G (MPAA)
1998 (Year of Release)