Written August 27, 2012
The movie seemed very short, and the plot was a little thin, so I have to think that the purpose of the movie was just to jerk every tear possible out of every parent in the audience. My wife's eyes were swollen for an hour after the show. My own were pretty wet when we left. All in all it was a good movie. My 9 yr old boy and 11 yr old girl both loved it.
Written November 21, 2014
This movie is touching. I loved it but had tears in the end. I do not typically cry at movies, or avoid tear jerkers. Timothy is worth the experience. I give it 2 thumbs up.
Written August 22, 2012
A charming film, beautifully photographed and special... until they gave up. The resolution was completely unsatisfying and unoriginal. It was an emotional film that, strangely, left us totally flat. Warning to parents: This could be upsetting to children. My 9-year-old was bothered by what happened to Timothy at the film's end.
Written August 16, 2012
In Phenomenon lightning strikes and John Travolta is converted into a new man, In Timorhy Green lightning strikes CJ Adams and he grows out of a buried wood box. Phenomenon had John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker, and Robert Duvall. Timothy Green does not. Both have amazing feats done by the star, both have wonderful old houses and beautiful leaves, they both even have the same music, but Timothy Green is the poor sequel and unfortunately the story is not as good. If you see Phenomenon first, Timothy Green will disappoint you...
Written August 19, 2012
This movie will surely warm your heart. It is beautifully written and, even tough you know is a fictional story, you cannot fall in love with the story. The boy that plays Timothy is great and Jennifer Garner has one of her best rolls in this movie...Even my three-year-old daughter could stop watching the movie...Again, is a beatiful movie that will warm your heart and sout...