In 1994 everyone
in Hollywood wanted to be a kiddie-movie mogul, less for art or altruism than the perception left by hits FREE WILLY, JURASSIC PARK, and THE FLINTSTONES that the "family film" market was a vast reservoir of profit just waiting to be slurped up. Naturally the opportunistic
Roger Corman joined in with features like A CRY IN THE WILD, THE SKATEBOARD KID, and LITTLE MISS MILLIONS.
This last, despite its Runyonesque title, is slack, flavorless filler about modern bounty-hunter Nick Frost (Howard Hesseman), a guy as cold as his name. He's not supposed to be distracted by sentiment from his assignment to retrieve runaway 12-year-old heiress Hea...