A former Broadway star, who is now a great-grandfather suffering from Alzheimer's, relocates to the South to live with his granddaughter Tatum and her 10-year-old daughter, Liv. Along with ... See full summary »
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Burt Reynolds ... Papa Hutch
Elizabeth Leiner ... Tatum
Emma Rayne Lyle ... Liv
Turbo Turbo ... Hamlet
Terri J. Vaughn ... Kendall
Cassi Davis ... Jenice
Todd Vittum ... Victor (as C. Todd Vittum)
John Schmedes ... Mr. Nelson
Jyn Hall ... Greyhound Adoption Rep
Geoff McKnight ... Luke
Tara Ochs ... Hannah
Henry Stephens Henry Stephens ... Mason
Victoria Spencer Smith ... Mrs. Deelings (as Victoria Spencer-Smith)
Micah Stampley Micah Stampley ... Choir Director
Jennifer Van Horn ... Mrs. Smith
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A former Broadway star, who is now a great-grandfather suffering from Alzheimer's, relocates to the South to live with his granddaughter Tatum and her 10-year-old daughter, Liv. Along with his great-granddaughter, they put on a small town production of Shakespeare's Classic "Hamlet". Written by Cas Siegers

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Could have been better
24 September 2014 | by spoilersgtSee all my reviews

Just watched this movie on Netflix. While ending with mixed emotions. I have seen Burt Reynolds in plenty of movies, some good, some bad, for the most part, they were very good. This movie has a fantastic story line, but Reynolds, and all of the other actors for that matter, looked like they were reading the lines as they went, then looking up to see if they said them right. It seemed there was no smooth flow to what should have been a decent story. I do not remember seeing any of the other actors' work before, but they really seemed plastic to me. No smooth sense of rhythm. Liv (Miss Emma Rayne Lyle) did the best acting of any of them with Kendall (Ms Terri J. Vaughn) following a close second. It really is a struggle to get through this, but in the end, it makes it all kind of worth it. But then I'm not a good critic, I just go by how I feel when I finish watching it. If you have some time to waste, it may be worth it, but I wouldn't rent it.

Netflix rated this at 2 1/2 out of 5 stars which I think is very accurate.


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1 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Hamlet & Hutch See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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