The real name of the mini horse is Yankee Doodle and he lives only twenty minutes from the forest where most of his scenes were shot. His owner has walked him there daily for most of his life. See more »
After all of the credits, there is an extra scene where the man watering his lawn is laying down on the grass with the water still running. See more »
A new kind of parent trap, great for family movie night...
It's a new kind of Parent Trap!
Candice does not fit in with the other kids, she's very literal and loves school. People call her odd. Douglas is also odd. Meeting him inspires her to try something miraculous- to reunite her grieving family and get her parents back together. A huge adventure that starts with meeting the new kid and getting a new homework assignment! This is a cute family comedy!
Parents should know that there is a family death that's central to the storyline as well as a lot of bullying around special needs. For more parent info, check out our full review on down the hobbit hole blog dot com. Based on the popular Australian YA Book- My Life as an Alphabet (released in the US as The Categorical Universe of Candice Phee). It's a great movie/book combo for 10+! A dramedy with a lot of heart!
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