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I loved this movie. I love the fact that you can feel a connection to this movie in so many ways. Whether it be the fact that you had a grandfather who always had a smile on his face, or you had someone that spoke into your life when you needed it the most. Maybe you are going through transition right now and looking for answers. You will relate to this movie. I love the small hometown feel that includes sweet tea ,and small diners down the main street. I love the church with long pews with a sign up on the wall saying what hymn numbers you would sing that week. I found it interesting that one of the main characters would often go to a place where he could be alone and find clarity or another that would just stop anywhere and find peace wherever he was at. The scenery itself was was a work of art. This is a mixture of a who done it, inspirational, and funny movie.It had a great cast,great story, and great scenery. I would highly recommend taking your family ,friends, and maybe buying an extra ticket or two and giving them away. If you lead any type of group or even teach a senior citizens class, invite the whole group to see this movie. You will not be disappointed.
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