Table for Five
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If you're in a good mood for a major tear-jerker. This will definately fit the bill.
Just wondering what all the `suggested' tags regarding religion are doing down at the bottom of the set-up page for this review? I see `christianity, religion, jesus, faith...' there's nothing at all religious about this flick, and religion has nothing whatsoever to do with the plot.
John Voight was great in his younger days, as he is today. Each child presented such a different perspective of a parent and child relationship, they were all very sweet.
You almost want to hate Richard Crenna, but later realize you are wrong. He loves these kids too, and as I heard somewhere, a child can never be loved by too many people.
Trung (oldest boy/adopted) - "You think I need a friend! I need a father!"
Tilde (daugher) - 11-years-old going on 16. But her frailty shows when describing the white rabbit.
Truman-Paul (youngest son) - A perfect example how, even under horrible circumstances, kids can heal
My only gripe is 5,000 scenes of Kevin Costner. Did he pay someone for face time?
Again, it's a dated movie (the credits look like TV credits today), but if you're willing to sit back for 122 minutes and let yourself into their lives, I think you'll love it.
And if you do, keep some Kleenix handy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This movie brings me back. So happy to have it in my collection now.Published 1 month ago by Lucille C. Jaglal
One of my all time favorites, I had the vhs for years and made sure I would have the DVD to treasure for years to come. A moving story of family reuniting and love and lossPublished 8 months ago by susan l reniere
Watch this with your wife and kids and keep the kleenex handy. No violence or special effects. Not exciting just goodPublished 11 months ago by Cosmo Kramer