Written June 26, 2016
This movie was everything I expected it to be, there was a little kid sitting in front of us who ended up crying because he was so touched. Go see it!!
Written July 26, 2016
Fantastic and sweet family movie. Not only did it make me want to adopt, but I wanted to kiss my daughter and tell her how thankful I am to have her. I highly recommend this movie for adults and children over the age of 7 or 8.
Written February 10, 2016
I took my 3 grandchildren (ages 6,7 & 9) to see this movie and it did not disappoint. From the parents wanting a child, Timothy showing up and everything in between kept our attention from beginning to end. The cast was superb (especially the character who played Timothy) the plot was easy to follow and the ending was wonderful but sad. As we were leaving the theater, my youngest, Dylan, said he only cried a little bit. After we left the theater, we stopped by for Chinese take-out and as I was looking for my wallet, I found a leaf. It was the weirdest thing because there was no reason for a leaf to be in my purse. This movie was like a miracle for us! We give it a 10+ Debbie Culpepper
Written August 25, 2012
Timothy Green is a great family film. I'm 34 and my parents are in their 60's and we thoroughly enjoyed this movie through and through. It's breathtaking, heartbreaking, and feel good all wrapped into one fantastic package. CJ Adams gives an Oscar worthy performance of Timothy Green, a young boy who comes from the garden. His parents, played by Jennifer Garner & Joel Edgerton also do a fantastic job of playing his parents. The last scenes with Timothy are some of the most emotional scenes as is Timothy's last scene with Joni (Odeya Rush) the girl he's fallen in love with. I wish the film could have ended differently BUT a fantastic movie nonetheless.
Written May 04, 2016
It was extremely inspiring movie it was funny and and sad and happy!
you kind of know what is about to happen when his leaves start to fall off
but you lose it when he's gone.
so i think it was a great movie all in all and you have to see it!