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A young big city lawyer (Jason London) is sent by his mother into the deep forest to get his "crazy" grandpa (Ed Asner) to stop from signing over his fortune to an Indian Tribe. Grandpa, who tells his grandson that he wants to be called Jack, has other plans in mind which includes a lot of walking in the woods and a sweat lodge. Written by
I know ten is a little high for this one, but I have to admit, I really liked Asner's work, and in this piece he portrays an elderly student/teacher of life. The twinkle in his eye throughout the film reveals that he's having a ball with the role. Admittedly, there are corny moments that go along with the particularly corny music at the film's beginning. Also, there is a bit of irritating Hollywood politics, as they feel their viewers are too stupid to be politically aware, themselves. There are also those occasionally glaring questions, such as...Don't these attorneys actually WORK? But in all, it was a kind and restful movie--Perfect for just sitting down and getting away from reality for a little while.
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