In Gramps Shoes

DVD Release: March 25, 2014
In Gramps Shoes
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Synopsis

After 20 years of praying for his daughter to let him back into her life, a 65-year-old Ty gets his wish when the prodigal requests his help in dealing with a financial bind and her rebellious teenage son. Ty’s first encounter with his grandson, whom the grandfather has never met, leads to a challenge for a two mile race that alters the course of life of the young man as well as the grandfather

Dove Review

This movie shows that forgiveness is possible, even after a long time. A man named Ty had a falling out with his daughter twenty years earlier but she calls him after he has prayed for a while. They begin to slowly develop a relationship. The man who becomes known as Gramps develops an immediate relationship with his granddaughter but it takes a while to move forward with his grandson.

This movie features themes of forgiveness, hope, and the importance of family, not to mention a grandfather’s love. We are pleased to award this DVD our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus. This one features some important life lessons.

Content Description

Sex: Man kisses woman on forehead.
Language: G/OMG-2; Munchkin-1; Rugrat-1; Shut your mouth-Several times; Geezer-1; Fool-1; Dweeb-1; Butt/Butthead-2; H-1; Suck-1
Violence: Man pushed off porch by son as father was drunk and about to hurt mother; man gets gun and accidentally shoots man and man dies and a little blood is seen.
Drugs: Man shows up drunk; cigarette smoking by youth and adults in several scenes but youth stops smoking.
Nudity: Cleavage; short shorts worn by woman.
Other: Grandchild and friends call grandfather "Gramps" to be disrespectful but then as a fond nickname; tattoo on man's arm; man speaks against Harry Potter movies due to witchcraft in films.

Info

Company: JaxDistribution
Director: Chip Rossetti
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 115 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Francine Locke, Andrew Wilson Williams, Jeff Rose, Brittany Blades, Grace Etzkorn Donald James Parker
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter