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It's not the kind of movie that will change your life, but it's the kind of movie you want to sit down with your whole family and watch.
Glover is glorious, Swanson is sweet and Mayne is magnificent.
It's a bit of a throwback movie that we all remember from the golden days of films - the kind we'd look forward to every Sunday night with the family. You're safe knowing that no one will be offended, but at the end of the evening it's a fine movie to sit around a chat about.
There's no violence, sex, swear words or disturbing situations. Just a well acted, well-written and enjoyable film for the whole family. A nice movie with a nice message.
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