CBS Films | Release Date: January 22, 2010
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dierregiAug 10, 2014
I do not find movie about sick children entertaining, Even less so, if based on a real story of suffering. I stumbled upon this movie on TV and thinking it was a thriller I started watching it. Big mistake. Turned out this was the “fictional”I do not find movie about sick children entertaining, Even less so, if based on a real story of suffering. I stumbled upon this movie on TV and thinking it was a thriller I started watching it. Big mistake. Turned out this was the “fictional” version of the story of a rich guy with two children, sick with a rare genetic disease and his efforts to save them. Very noble in the intent, but noble intents do not necessarily make good movies. If anything, this is a very manipulative one, in between the fine line dividing inspirational and delusional. A documentary would have been more appropriate. Brendan Fraser never looked puffier. Expand
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BobS.Jan 28, 2010
Grade A garbage.
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MarcoJan 22, 2010
This is a stinker. Brendan Fraser is stiff and awkward. Harrison Ford's loud overacting is an embarrassment. Kerri Russell is fine, but the script gives her nothing much to work with. This could have been a gripping movie in the hands This is a stinker. Brendan Fraser is stiff and awkward. Harrison Ford's loud overacting is an embarrassment. Kerri Russell is fine, but the script gives her nothing much to work with. This could have been a gripping movie in the hands of someone competent, but Tom Vaughn's version is a dumbed-down production that is just painful to sit through. Expand
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