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Overall Rating
2.67

Awesome: 0%
Worth A Look33.33%
Average33.33%
Pretty Bad: 0%
Total Crap33.33%

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1/16/09 Anonymous. NOT a glum family film and has a wonderful story with a happy ending. :] 4 stars
10/31/08 PAUL SHORTT THIS IS THE RARE SORT OF FAMILY FILM THAT ACTUALLY STRIVES TO ENGAGE ITS AUDIENCE 3 stars
6/19/07 Charles Tatum Glum family film may trigger suicides 1 stars
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USA
  25-Apr-1997 (PG)

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Directed by
  Dale Rosenbloom

Written by
  Dale Rosenbloom

Cast
  Michael Moriarty
  Scott Wilson
  Rod Steiger
  Blake Heron
  Ann Dowd



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