"Timothy Green is breathtaking, hertbreaking, and feel good all wrapped into one"

By mrrobm
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.
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The Odd Life of Timothy Green

By bjking927
Written August 18, 2012
A little quirky but I cried through almost the entire thing. Although the whole coming about of Timothy was very strange the overall messages in the movie was one we all need to teach our kids, Definately a must see!
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The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Written August 23, 2012
This movie was very heartwarming. My daughter and I went to see it and we laughed and cried, and cheered. It is really a good movie for a Mom and daughter to see. I will probably buy it when it becomes available.
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Sad, Fun and Inspiring

By pedsarq
Written August 17, 2012
A couple that has had trouble to having a child decide to adopt. In order to convince the government officials, they tell this incredible tale of a boy who came to them after they spent a night pretending they had a child and celebrated his achievements. It's really quite depressing at times, but I felt myself uplifted regularly and have fun watching the story unfold.
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A very touching movie but carry the kleenex

By ntlent
Written August 26, 2012
Non-antimated movies appropriate for children are rare these days. A 70 and a 62 year old took an 11 and 12 year old. All four of us, including the males, cried at the ending, even though we knew what was coming. It was nice (after drying my tears) to be able to point out there was a moral to the story - how long you live is not as important as how many lives you touch along the way. A good lesson to be learned by us all.
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