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"The Father and the Bear" is a beautiful, insightful, and emotionally eloquent film that is inspirational as it reminds us what is important in life. Putch's personal touches brings us a genuine story not typically seen in Hollywood films today." - Pamela Powell, Reel Honest Reviews
"It was better than most movies I've ever seen." - Len Kachmer, Pittsburgh
"A wonderful film. Extremely touching. It was an absolute joy to watch." - B. Blattel, Cinema St. Louis
"This is such a great film. Thank you for making it." - Jim Walent
"The Father & The Bear is truly one of the best movies I have seen. It is so many feelings, emotions and reality all wrapped into one!" - Chey Morris
Of course this movie means well and it has a good story and message. The performances are better than expected. Problem is for me the movie was way too melodramatic and felt like something that would be perfect on the lifetime channel. Considering the movie is meant to be low budget TV it is perfect for what it is.