Personal Sergeant (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Drama


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Crusty Korean war veteran Chuck Manetta is less than thrilled when his teacher son Paul makes him babysit his spunky soccer obsessed ten-year-old granddaughter Jenny. However, things perk ... See full summary »

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25 May 2005 | stephkron
10
| A grandfather and his granddaughter face off
A very touching movie about a spunky young girl who plays soccer and her moody grandfather. When the girl's mother has to start working longer hours at a clothing store, the girl's moody grandfather must start taking care of her after school. The development of this relationship is sweet and entertaining. Also, it's something we don't see depicted very often in the movies. The acting in the movie is generally excellent. As the girl bond's to her grandfather and begins to reject her father, family tensions increase. I was particularly impressed by the actress Julie Carpenter, who portrays the girl's mother. She brought a very real quality to this character who tries to keep peace in the family.

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Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

16 November 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

New Jersey, USA

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