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Family Tree (1999)

G | | Drama, Family | 21 April 2000 (USA)
A lonely young boy, overshadowed by his older brother, picked on by other boys at school and ignored by his businessman father, finds strength and companionship from a stately old oak tree.... See full summary »

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Henry Musser
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A lonely young boy, overshadowed by his older brother, picked on by other boys at school and ignored by his businessman father, finds strength and companionship from a stately old oak tree. When his father, a real-estate developer, plans to demolish the old tree in order to make way for a factory, the boy decides to stand up for his friend and stand up to his father. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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$12,466 (USA) (21 April 2000)

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$12,466 (USA) (21 April 2000)
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Good Movie
23 December 2001 | by (Boston, Ma) – See all my reviews

Family Tree is a good movie, although not award winning, it has a good lesson. I liked the feeling of an entire town coming together for a cause. The movie is about a kid named Mitch (Andy Lawrence) who isn't the most coordinated or popular kid in town. His best friend is a tree. It doesn't help him to have an overshadowing older brother Mark (Matt Lawrence), who also is the narrator. His dad (Robert Forester) is desperate to get a business going in their town and the have to build a town where Old Oak (the kids tree is). You get the picture. Overall is was a good movie so I give it 6/10


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