"Bringing Up Bobby" DVD Closed!
"Bringing Up Bobby" is a different kind of comedy about being kind of different. Finally there is a great funny movie for Christian families to enjoy!
I was so excited when Rodney and Provident Films ask me to review this movie.
"Bringing Up Bobby" is a hilarious movie about a family with a zany sense of humor. The cast of this family are all coming together to read their parents Will when, seeking Christ ends up being the final reason for being together.
James is the big brother. He has spent the last twelve years raising his siblings, which meant skipping college and staying away from the ladies. From boxing matches to serious talks while dressed in costume, he knows how to make parenting fun. A goofball around women, nobody knows what will happen now that he has a crush on his sister's lawyer.
Bobby is about to turn 16 and still very unsure of how to really act in life. He is shy and willing to change his image to impress. Much like his older brother, Bobby is awkward around girls. That could be because Bobby is unsure of who he is and what he believes about God. But James is determined to change Bobby's ways.
Dennis is on the run from a group of "antichrists" to whom he owes a great deal. He is coming home in hopes to aquire a great deal of money to pay off the bad guys. In the end he pays off a different kind of debt.
Liz is the new girl in town. She is a strong Christian and believes in encouraging others to follow after the Lord.
Terry is a smart, beautiful young lawyer with a quick wit and a ready smile. She has a less-than-secret crush on James.
Eric, Bobby's best friend, is a Goth teenager with a tough life. Taking responsibility for his alcoholic mother often keeps him up late at night, which means he is falling behind at school. But Eric's sense of humor allows him to fit in well with James and Bobby, even as he looks toward an uncertain future.
Andrea is a shopaholic who delights in pushing around the men in her life. She uses her charm, whit, and legal power to wrap people around her fingers. Her taste in gaudy clothing and the finer things in life make her hard to miss. Not given to manual labor, she happily pushes work onto her husband, Walter. Andrea will stop at nothing to get everything she wants.
Walter is the husband to Andrea who barely gets to utter a word of his own opinion and is used to Andrea telling him what to do.
Altogether this funny and different family work together through all their complete differences and in the end God is victorious in each of their lives.
I really liked this movie. It teaches that money isn't everything but that family and a good relationship with Christ is what matters most!
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October 5 is the release of the DVD.
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