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Things We Go Through
Written by Jason Dunn, Daniel Biro, Matt Paige, Dave Clark and Trevor McNevan
Performed by Hawk Nelson
Courtesy of Tooth and Nail Records
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Yours, Mine, and Ours and is fair, unoffensive movie that the whole family could enjoy. It's not the best family movie in the world but its passable because of the charm given off from the two lead actors.
This is about two high school sweethearts who reunite thirty years later and get married on the spot. But both people have a large number of children and those children combine forces so they can break up Frank and Helen.
The acting is okay. The leads are pretty much what carried this movie. Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo are great actors. I wish that the children had more screen time. I could barely tell them apart.
The film should have been paced better. It seems like thirty minutes in, we are already near then end. A better screenplay would have also helped this movie.
Overall, this is a fair but not great family film. Kids will certainly enjoy it but adults should stay clear from this film. I rate this film 6/10.
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