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Cute. Just what you'd expect. The kind of movie I'll recommend to my parents because they're very G-rated people.
I already knew I wanted to adopt but if I wasn't sure now I'm 1000% sure
I thought it was racist propaganda to make Americans feel better about those kids in cages being stolen from their parents and given away to White people.
This made me realize I simply do not like Wahlbergs acting because otherwise this movie was a blast!
وربي انكم تكذبون انه يستحق 1000000000000
Crying and Laghing at same time
Incredible. I agree, i can only imagine the real life experience is undoubtedly more complex. But I'm not sure if that could ever be perfectly captured. An eye opening, tear jerking, hilarious view into the incredible world of adoption.
I found it to be a really heart-warming movie. It's definitely not a true representation of foster care and adoption, but I think it touched on it perfectly, without diving in too deep.
This movie is like real the ups and downs of hell-raising kids but that is the part of being a parent.
Good movie, funny but also sad. Definitely one I would watch again sometime.