The Secret Handshake

DVD Release: December 4, 2015
The Secret Handshake
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Synopsis

Rollicking family comedy about men and boys learning together what it takes to be a man. Kevin Sorbo and Amy Grant lead an ensemble cast on a journey from Suburbia to the Deep Dark Woods and back with adventure, laughter and maybe even a tear or two.

Dove Review

Roy (Kevin Sorbo) lives an ordinary suburban life with his wife and three daughters. But he finds things a little mundane and wants a change. When a boy named Brody tries to turn Roy’s oldest daughter’s life upside down, he finds that he has to help this boy become a man.

Roy and his two friends of 20 years are going to take Brody on a camping trip to show this youngster the importance of becoming a man. But along the way the three men learn something about themselves and find that there are a few things this young boy can teach them.

In all of our lives there comes a time when we see that we have to make changes, and this comical, but at times serious, story brings a few insights to everyone, not just guys. It is a charming, entertaining, wholesome movie that will delight the entire family. We are proud to award this film with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: Hell used as a place; comment "James Flipping Dean" and flippin' crazy; MG-1.
Violence: House and lawn covered in toilet paper; discussion regarding having a gun if one has daughters; man with gun; men and boy being chased by others in woods.
Drugs: Couple drinking wine by fireplace; young boy offers another a cigarette but boy refuses.
Nudity: Ladies in exercise clothing; young teenage boy runs onto football field in only "tighty whities," cape and mask; men without shirts dancing around a fire.
Other: Teenage boys talking about a girl; peer pressure; comment regarding Mother Sky and Father Rock; discussion regarding losing a parent.

Info

Company: JaxDistribution
Director: Howard Klausner
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe