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About "Lost and Found Family"
:When Franklin Hobbes dies, his wife Ester is left with nothing but a rental property that's already home to Tony and Ramona---and five foster children. The last thing they need is a live-in landlord! But Ester has no place else to go. Can they all become a family in time to save their home from a developer? Starring Ellen Bry, Lucas Till, and Jessica Luza. Approx. 91 minutes.
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The other two reviewers tell enough about the story. My thought was I like that it is unsensational, with no music to lure you into the mood producers want to create (do you realise how many times music influences how you feel or what you expect about a scene in a movie?). I liked the way the lead character, the 'old' lady, makes the most of what she's been dealt, and she sets about doing whatever she can to improve the lives of the 'family' she's come to reside with. This movie is different because it doesn't have an entirely predictable outcome with each person, and in the end, it is well worth the time. There are little lessons we can pick up through the movie but overall, it is a really nice story about people considering each other to work together and get along. I really like this movie. The acting is good quality, but if you are wanting 'Hollywood' style themes, drama, climaxes and music, this might disappoint. For good, clean family viewing though, it is a lovely movie, devoid of sensation and emotional badgering. I've watched it twice now and will watch it again.
Its about a rich lady who looses her husband and everything she owns, except for one small house in which a bunch of mismatched orphans live with their foster carers. She learns to love them, despite their background and differences and realises that sometimes the people you think are going to be there, don't always stick around. Only true friends will be there always. I am 13 and have watched this more than once.
Its nice to watch a movie that you know is safe for the kids to watch, with no immorality, and no violence. The story takes an elderly lady who is all alone and a mixed bunch of kids and teenagers living with two overstretched and stressed foster parents and throws them all in together in a big old dilapidated house. The ensuing adventure is poignant, funny and inspirational all at once, with a really nice outcome that you will feel very satisfied with. This is a movie that will help the older generation appreciate the unique qualities of the younger generation and vice versa, and encourages each generation to value the input of the other into their world. It's not so deep as to be hard work, but is just a nice little show to enjoy as relaxing entertainment.