Meet the Wylers-a family unlike any other, and way too much like your own! For a dozen years, James has served as both big brother and surrogate parent, trusting God for help in raising his... See full summary »
Meet the Wylers-a family unlike any other, and way too much like your own! For a dozen years, James has served as both big brother and surrogate parent, trusting God for help in raising his three siblings - and hoping for a date some day! As youngest brother Bobby turns 16, everyone returns home to celebrate-and to finally find out how their parents' money will be divided. Andrea is hoping for more than her fair share. Dennis (make that The Dennis) just needs enough to keep the anarchists at bay (don't ask). And nothing would please Bobby more than just to impress Liz, the new girl in school. Mix in a hidden stash of cash, an attractive lawyer, and the infamous War Table, and you have a quirky story about family, faith, and friendship. Written by
This movie is god awful. It's not funny. It's not edgy. And if anyone tells you otherwise they're either lying or are friends with the people that made it. As a former member of the Christan faith, I can honestly say that this movie further reinforced every reason why I left the church to begin with. It's full of ridiculous stereotypes, biases, and just about every stupid youth group cliché in existence. It's an unrealistic portrayal of what it's like to start thinking for one's self and forming one's own beliefs and opinions. The acting is horrendous, the costumes are ridiculous, and the script is way too preachy. I didn't laugh once, and neither will you...unless you're high. Which is the state of mind I suggest you be in if you ever decide to watch it.
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