I’ve read a few reviews about this movie calling it too sentimental too saccharine and not realistic at all.
Well…that’s why I saw this movie rather than The Expendables.
I didn’t want to see things get blown up in my face. I have no hankering for blood baths. I *wanted* to see humankind at it’s finest. Just one little movie about kindness, honesty and love. And I found it in Timothy Green.
C J Adams was perfect for the role. He has that appeal and innocence we saw in Haley Joel Osment’s performance in A.I. ( Artifical Intelligence ).
So for you folks who want more realism in your life, drive down the 405 in L.A. or try having a Sunday picnic in Watts.
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