Movieman630’s review published on Letterboxd:
Troop Zero is a very cute film with a great message. It uses it's rural Georgia in the 70s setting to highlight a story about allowing children to be and become who they are, rather than forcing them to fit some mold. The brilliant cast of child actors hammers this home, as each one is unique and likable in their own way. Sure the film is a little hokey, and a little safe, and doesn't always give its plot points the attention they deserve, but it's so upbeat and meaningful that it's hard to actively dislike anything about it.