All Roads Lead Home (2008)

PG   |    |  Drama, Family


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The story is about a 12 year old girl who loses her mother in an automobile accident. Her father struggles with the loss of his wife and trying to raise his young daughter who believes her ... See full summary »

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  • All Roads Lead Home (2008)
  • Vivien Cardone and Jason London
  • Peter Coyote
  • Peter Boyle, Peter Coyote and Jason London
  • Shannon Knopke

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6 February 2009 | formsless
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| Great family movie especially if you love pets!
All Roads Lead Home is a great family movie everyone can enjoy. The movie will make you laugh and cry! It is a wonderful movie that you can walk away talking about and feel touched. The filming and choice of scenery was well done by Dennis Fallon and his crew. We enjoyed watching Peter Boyle in his final acting role. Peter Coyote did a wonderful job in portraying the grandfather in the movie.

The selection of actors and actresses for this film was properly chosen. The movie has a strong message for animal rights and animal welfare. The movie also shows the respect and love for all creatures small and large. I attended the preview of the movie at the Mall of America in August 2008 and thoroughly enjoyed the film along with my other 9 friends. They as well had rave reviews that there was finally a good family movie out there to be seen. Each one of us had the opportunity to meet Dennis Fallon the director in person. He answered our questions, and explained how scenes were made. This is definitely a must see family movie that can be enjoyed for years to come. I believe this is a movie in its infant steps towards the betterment of animal welfare. We are all hoping that there will be more movies similar to All Roads Lead Home that can be produced. I would highly recommend this movie to families with children 7 years and older. Anyone who has a sincere appreciation for animals will certainly enjoy this film.

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