The Odd Life of Timothy Green was such a tear jerker for me, but I am the type that cries on long-distance phone commercials. The movie was very heart-warming and made you want to go hug your kid. You could totally feel the love exuding from the screen as Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton explain their story. I was engrossed from the start and was left with a sense of wanting to share my love with others. I recommend this flick for any family, and I think it would make a great tween gift! It’s the perfect, must- own family-film for audiences of all ages to enjoy and snuggle up to this coming holiday season. Check out the neat Odd Life of Timothy Green games and activities.
An easy to assemble Blessings Box made of cut paper and filled with a chocolate is a sweet way to express how much and why you appreciate a special person in your lives, making a great holiday gift kids can make for a coach, teacher or friend. Printable Wish Leaves help kids describe the kind of person they wish to be and can be used as a decorative reminder of their goals. During the holiday season, giving thanks is an important message and Leaf Behinds help kids give the gift of “Thanks” when they want to convey gratitude of good wishes to someone who has made a difference in their lives.
THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN releases in full bloom on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack, DVD, High Definition Digital and On-Demand platforms on December 4, 2012.
From Academy Award-nominated writer/director Peter Hedges (Dan in Real Life, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape), and starring Golden Globe® winner Jennifer Garner, Joel Edgerton, Oscar® winner Dianne Wiest and CJ Adams as Timothy Green, comes this highly imaginative story about a happily married couple who can’t wait to start a family but can only dream about what their child would be like. Then one stormy night young Timothy shows up on their doorstep. Soon they and the small town in which they live learn that sometimes the unexpected can bring some of life’s greatest gifts. The story is written by Ahmet Zappa (“American Gangster,” “Changeling”).