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Wonderful family movie.
Preacher(Jeff Daniels) and his daughter, Opal (Anna Sophia Robb) move into a mobile home of a small town. During her grocery shopping she would then befriend a stray dog naming it after a grocery store.
Great family movie. A very pleasant surprise.
This movie made up my childhood, and I'm glad it at least tried staying true to the book.
Girl adopts a dog from the supermarket in this tolerable family drama.
This is such a heartwarming story that kind of reminds me of "Annie" The story centers around Opal (Annasofia Robb) who is the daughter of the town's preacher (Jeff Daniels). Opal feels that she has nobody to talk to in the new town, especially because her mom left. One day, she meets Winn-Dixie, a dog she named after tuff supermarket where they met. Soon, Opal and her father own the dog. Opal and Winn-Dixie soon gain many friends and start bringing the town back together.
I haven't seen this since it came out on DVD. I can't remember much about it, so it must not have been that wonderful.
A throwback type fable with just enough heart to warrant a watch.
Part of childish books.
uh because of my daughter read the book and all