The premise is that self-absorbed Ben gets suckered into volunteering at a summer camp for foster children to impress a client. At camp, he gets paired with Eli, a 10 year old who has suffered abuse, neglect, and loss. You can imagine how well they get along in the beginning. Not so much. Watch the preview. See if it draws you in, too.
I have to admit, the movie is a little predictable. It's a happily ever after story, but it leaves you with the feeling of wanting to do something, too. After the movie is over, interview clips play from real kids and real counselors from the real camps. It was from these interviews that the movie was inspired. And yes, this was a Kleenex movie for me. We take so much for granted.
I think our favorite part (I watched it with my kids) was the Tea Party Scene. I do have to caution you, Eli flips off Ben at one point. That's not something I was thrilled to have my kids see. Overall, however, we did enjoy it, and you have a chance to enjoy it, too!
In fact, my kids enjoyed it so much,
that I found them watching it again the next morning. That's a few thumbs up, right there.
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