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If you're in a good mood for a major tear-jerker. This will definately fit the bill.
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.
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.
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I will never forget the first time I saw this movie. I think Voight does an outstanding job of portraying a father trying to reclaim his life while simultaneously attempting to... Read morePublished 2 days ago by V. Looney
This movie brings me back. So happy to have it in my collection now.Published 7 months 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 14 months ago by susan l reniere