Bad Boys for Life
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This is the most mental film ever. A toy maker who gives away all his toys to charity each year cannot understand why the business his dead father started is not making any money. He has a workshop and people working for him, a massive house and a load of horse in stables and cannot fathom why he is not making any money. He decides to have 3 cheeky orphans from his aunties orphanage stay for Christmas and hilarity ensues as the 3 orphans vie to stay with him and his wife. The fat kid never stood a chance but this is a Christmas movie and anything is possible.. . .
When an orphanage closes for the holidays the owner sends three of her most rambunctious boys to her nephew's house to stay. As the guardians are getting use to having kids around, the boys get the idea that one of them will be adopted by the couple.
I enjoyed this film mostly for the truth to adoption and what families go through to have a family. It is a very enjoyable Hallmark film. Clean, great story. It's one of those stories that leaves your heart warm and obviously, predictable. It's entertaining throughout the movie.
This is such a wonderful movie about three boys who end up staying with a couple for the holidays. The boys go through obstacle before and during staying with the couple. The ending is the greatest but I will let you find out for yourself on that one. This is a movie you have to see.