Are you like me? Do you find it hard to find just a regular, good, wholesome, family movie?
I love watching movies with my family. It can be hard some times though to find a movie that not only will please everyone, but won’t have you fast forwarding through some in appropriate scene or muting foul language.
I recently got the chance to review The Way Home and was thrilled to see a well put together movie that our whole family could sit and watch.
Although the storyline was quiet serious at times, the filmmakers did a wonderful job focusing on the hope and faith that this whole community had.
About the movie:
A missing child. A family in crisis. A faith tested. In their darkest hour, God gives hope.
Dean Cain stars as Randy Simpkins, a husband and father torn between the demands of his job and family. Asked by his wife to watch their two-year-old son, Joe, for a few minutes, he becomes distracted by work. When he returns, Joe is gone. He and his wife search desperately for their missing son through the vast countryside. But as their fear grows, the community responds – hundreds of supporters uniting behind the family in a powerful spiritual journey that will test the couple’s love and faith, and forever change a community.
So, if your looking for a good, family film to try out – Look for The Way Home.