PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
Charlie McDermott has a brief appearance as Stewart. In his one line of dialogue, he says to Lizzie "what's up what's up?" That line was one of his featured lines in Sex Drive (2008), another movie by Sean Anders.
Things that matter are hard.
Pete: Now I know where Brenda gets her inspiring speech thing.
During the Thanksgiving dinner, Ellie has a red necklace appear and disappear multiple times.
Photos of real life foster families are seen throughout the end credits, interspersed with footage of Isabela Moner performing the end credits song, 'Stay with you'.
For the film's Australian release, the distributor chose to remove a single use of strong language in order to obtain a PG classification. This edited version of the film was later used for its DVD/Video release. An uncut M classification was available.
$14,504,315 18 November 2018