The the movie that the first Project Greenlight ended up with. It's actually not bad, although I would probably not have any interest in watching it if not for the show. I don't think there's enough here to warrant a theatrical viewing. It would be a pretty good made for TV viewing tho. The acting by the adults (Aidan Quinn, Bonnie Hunt, and especially Kevin Pollack) is pretty good; the kids seem a little stagey. I can see why this screenplay was chosen - it was tight, focused, and small scale. But it really doesn't have much of an audience. I mean, I can't see anyone telling their friends, "Hey, let's go watch movie about this Catholic kid who wants to convert a Jewish kid." The trailer reflects this too - no mention of the plot, just a couple shot of the actors involved, and focus on the Project Greenlight premise.