So what's a family to do?
Family Movie Night, that's what.
A while back I reviewed another movie from Family Movie Night that we loved and we have actually bought another movie from Family Movie Night on DVD. I think we will continually buy them as they come out on DVD. You can't have too many family movies, right? ;-)
But I digress.
On to the most recent installment of Family Movie Night.
Who is Simon Miller? is the latest in families movies that I think you will love. I know I did. I was actually fortunate enough to watch a private screening with actress Robyn Lively! How cool is that? We watched the movie and chatted with Robyn Lively while she answered our questions. It was pretty neat to watch the movie with extra little insights. Robyn Lively was a gracious host and is a dedicated mother and actress.
So what about the movie? Here is a synopsis of it from the website:
Now for my opinion. I loved it. I really did. For several reasons one of which was there was no romance type stuff. Not that I'm opposed to romantic movies but I don't want my daughters focusing on that all the time. Life is not like a romantic movie, kwim? Who is Simon Miller? was a great peak into a fairly normal family and showed us what it looks like to stick by one another in hard times. It showed a family coming together to fight for one another and to trust and believe in one another. It has a great husband and wife relationship and parent child relationships. Are they perfect? Nope. Just real.
I can't wait for the rest of the family to watch this movie on August 6th at 7pm Central Time. We will record it and watch it over and over until it comes out on DVD!
If you want to check it out for yourself, which you really should, here are some links to help:
I highly suggest you check out Family Movie Night and lend your support for this movement of family entertainment. We can always use more family friendly movies.
Don't forget to watch Who is Simon Miller? on Saturday, August 6th at 8/7c on NBC.
**I was given a link to review this movie in exchange for my honest opinion