Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Odd Life of Timothy Green








I saw The Odd Life of Timothy Green today, and it was the cutest movie ever, it was just movie perfection, some scenes I would have changed but I think it was great how it was good amount of laughs & tears. It was a little sad, but in a good way. I loved it & would see it again!
Never Give Up.-itsjustcara

CJ Adams just might steal your heart in this movie no matter how whacky the premise might be.
This is one of those films that will touch you with a special message about family and love and all the good things in life, or some will dismiss it quickly. Perhaps, it depends on what type of mood you are in for this film. Its hard to say if its a hit or miss.-ellie


The couple in The Odd Life of Timothy Green are really irresponsible if you think about it.
This boy just shows up covered in dirt at their doorstep, saying he’s their son. Do they call Social Services? Ask him if his actual parents abused him? Post “Found: Boy Covered in Dirt” signs?
No. They just think Hey, I wanted a kid & one showed up so I get dibs!-shame wigman




Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton are appealing together as far from perfect parents, and CJ Adams has that ability of so many child actors to be pitch-perfect.-v-state

NOW TORANTO

I also want to touch on the beautiful bond that Jennifer Garner & Joel Edgerton have on screen. Their characters, Cindy & Jim Green, have this amazing bond. You can tell they really get each other. I loved their chemistry. I want that kind of marriage someday. You have to see the movie to fully understand where I’m coming from with this, but just trust me, their characters have this undeniable link to one another. The way they know each other, comfort each other, see each others faults and love them anyway. Beautiful to see.-kquinny


 Im not even kidding guys. When the movie was about to end I was bawling so hard. And when It did end, I was still bawling really really hard. I was crying so badly. Now I really want cuddles in bed because I am super sad and Im still crying. -Nessie

STORYLINE: A childless couple bury a box in their backyard, containing all of their wishes for an infant. Soon, a child is born, though Timothy Green is not all that he appears.


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5 comments:

Cafe Fashionista said...

This looks like an interesting film - different than your typical Disney fare. Maybe I'll check it out. :)

Sara said...

Kyle really wants to see this movie.

Chris Ed said...

I want to see this movie. It sounds great and the cast is cool!

lucy and sarah said...

I so want to see this!

MOSAMUSE said...

love the concept of this movie!!
xo
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