Friday, June 10, 2011

Movie Review - Field of Vision


That’s right, Walmart and P&G will be at it again on NBC this Saturday June 11th at 8PM/7PM central with there Family Movie Night. During Family Movie Night, you can be confident that the programming on their screens will be fun and action-packed, without the worry of having to dive for the remote to change the channel when inappropriate ads or other content comes on. Soundtracks for the films also feature top producers and artists. The day after airing, a special 2-disc DVD/CD bonus pack will be available for purchase exclusively through Walmart.  This movie is starring: Faith Ford, Tony Oller, Joseph Adler, Alyssa Shafer and Philip Casnoff.

Our Review: As a family, we watched the directors cut of this movie last night. I would say the overall rating was an 8 out of 10. It was definitely family friendly and told a wonderful story line. The challenges of standing up for what is right and maybe not popular is such an important point to make in today’s world. I would recommend this movie to any family. I enjoyed the reunion towards the end of the movie, Bethany thought it was a good family movie, and Brenda stated that the movie left her wanting more at the ending. Bridget’s remarks, are not to be counted in this review, (if you know our family you know the end of this story, if not, Bridget is good at falling a sleep as bedtime approaches. Almost every night we have to wake her to put her in bed.) She lasted all of 20 minutes into the movie. That in no way reflects the quality of the movie, nothing stops her when she gets tired…

So if you do only one thing this weekend, watch Field of Vision this Saturday, tomorrow on NBC at 8pm/7pm central.


Here are some links about the movie:



Mom's for Family TV:

Dove Foundation Review:

Thanks to Angie from Propeller for the opportunity to preview this movie.

* Material Connection Disclaimer: I received this music from Propeller to provide a review on my blog. Stated above are my opinions and mine alone. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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