Written May 26, 2016
touching well acted story of a childless couple trying to adopt after not being able to have their own child. issues with their families, his father and her sister are the main storyline.
Written August 16, 2012
I knew it would not be a good movie but it is disappointing and gross. I would be embarrassed to have participated in this project in any way. Please Zach was doing okay with The Hangover but in this one UGH. And Will has really hit the skids. This review is for the Campaign.
Written June 25, 2016
Seeing this was a choice made by my daughters. They are not little kids, but stil young. It looked like a good middle of the road movie. My son was a little doubtful, being slightly older.
However, I would definitely recommend it. It is a movie suitable for any age audience, and the boy who played the title role was delightful! It is so sweet and heart warming and heart string pulling that I wouldn't have missed it!
Written September 04, 2012
This movie was fantastic because it resonated with me on so many different levels, 1) we experienced infertility (but had success), 2) my son is ALOT/if not exactly like Timothy Green, and 3) I have a similar parenting style. It was very charming and heart warming. I am going to buy the DVD when it becomes available.
Written September 27, 2016
This movie was wonderful. I think the last movie that I got into this much and was touched by was Remember The Titans. We took the whole family. We laughed, we cried, and thoroughly enjoyed it. This movie could be too raw though for anyone who has struggled with fertility issues or losing a child. Although very short, they deal with some really raw issues that are very real about couples with infertility issues and then later, stupid things people say to adoptive parents. Well done. You will love it as long as you have not experienced those issues.