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Since his father's death Jeremy has seen no reason to go beyond the area that he can walk, about two city blocks. He doesn't ride the subway or take taxis. He works on a time machine and he is constantly thinking about that moment that his dad was hit by a car while crossing the street. His best friend on the other hand is wild, brave, and willing to push Jeremy into doing more than he feels he can do.
For his thirteenth birthday Jeremy got a box with no key. A box with something special in it from his father. And from that moment on the adventure is on. His best friend and him go to an attorney's office and 'break in'. When they are caught they are given community service. The community service consists of them returning items sold many years ago back to the original owner. And each person the bring something to has an amazing story to tell about the item, their life, or their dreams.
The end is something that even I didn't put together until about the time Jeremy clicked onto the twist in the plot.
This is an absolutely lovely story and a funky movie. The characters are funky and loveable and enjoyable and move the story along in a positive manner. The theme of the movie is absolutely about the meaning of life and in some ways it's bigger than that too. It's an enjoyable movie and I'm glad I watched it with my sons.
Well worth the money.
coming-of-age movie, when boys and girls consider the other has cooties. Friendships developing where
none are expected. Taking risks in life to enrich it. These things inspire me and I am long past these kids's ages.
Plus I like happy endings, though life does not always have them, one can always hope, which is what this
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The subject seemed intriguing and neither of us had read the book. But the acting & directing? Hate to use the word but almost amateurish. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mts Productions, LLC
Cute movie. Showed it to my 7th grade English class to accompany the book.Published 3 months ago by Karen Mitchell Smith
I had my Grands read the book before they were allowed to watch the movie ... Please read the book first .. you get to know about all the missing parts of the movie ! Have funPublished 9 months ago by robert
The ending is nothing like the book. Not a great movie in general if you like quality film. Skip the movie and read the fantastic book. Wendy Mass is phenomenal.Published 11 months ago by Scott Miller
Jeremy Fink & the Meaning of Life is a pretty good kids movie. And that's exactly what it is- a kids movie, entirely from beginning to end. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bryan
One of those films that catches you off-guard. Love that as a cinephile.
Starts off quite modestly. Read more
definitely a young persons movie; entertaining and positive, bordering fantasy. kids will love it.Published 23 months ago by Charles B. Nolan