A Warm and Genuinely Entertaining Family Movie.

By Alon Patterson
Written August 16, 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The story, albeit implausible, was well crafted, fun to watch and emotionally moving. I see literally hundreds of movies each on screens all around the world. It's what I do. Rarely, do all the right things come together to make a solid family film without special effects, elaborate animation or some other manufactured stimulant to keep the audience sensationalized. In other words, it's the rare movie that can capture the imagination, entertain and actually make you feel good, and do all of those things with a good play, well photographed and executed with solid talent. This is one of those films. In my opinion, given the sophistication of today's kids, I say it's kid safe and family friendly but it does have a PG rating (not sure why) so keep that in mind. Otherwise, see it. You definitely won't be disappointed.
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Odd Life of Timothy Green

By JudyE65
Written August 17, 2012
This was a very cute movie, different, and I really liked it. I took my 6 year old granddaughter and her 9 year old friend and they both really liked it. No scarey parts, just a good old story of a family's love.
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Charming

By suemarie
Written August 15, 2012
Sweet, heartwarming movie that will put a big smile on your face. A boy suddenly comes into the life of a couple that wanted a child more than anything. Timothy has an affect on those who's lives he touches. Good for the family. Bring the tissues.
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The Odd Life of Timothy Green

By b-k-w
Written August 16, 2012
LOVED IT!! This movie is appropriate for all ages. Definately a feel good movie for the whole family. The acting was excellent and the little boy who plays Timothy is precious.
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Sweet movie!

By adoptamom
Written July 31, 2014
This movie lived up to my expectations after seeing the promos on TV. My five and seven-year old grandchildren loved it and it held their attention for the entire movie. I was pleased that it was a real movie...not a cartoon...and that there was no violence like with last summer's creepy big CARS movie. This was a sweet story with solid messages for kids (and all of us) to remember.
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