When his unmarried mother dies, custody of 13-year-old Job is assumed by his alleged father, Chris, whom he has never seen. Job is an enthusiastic cadet at a military academy, and Chris ...
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Fraser C. Heston
A well meaning but burned-out high school teacher tries to maintain order against the backdrop of a pending lawsuit against his school district when it comes to light they gave a diploma to an illiterate student.
When his unmarried mother dies, custody of 13-year-old Job is assumed by his alleged father, Chris, whom he has never seen. Job is an enthusiastic cadet at a military academy, and Chris turns out to be a top-grossing rock star who removes Job from his beloved school to keep him company on tour. Getting acquainted is fraught with culture shock for both father and son.Written by
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I loved the movie as a child and was very surprised to see that Mick Jagger had penned it - and although the story is not overly original, I am still impressed that he made the effort and had some success. I think that it would be a great film to sit down with my wife and my son to watch sometime.
The music is catchy and although it is a little outdated - it should still be appreciated by the youth of today with its simple rock beat and melodic choruses. I'll give it a go with my boy and see what he thinks! However, I thought he'd love 'Grease' but I caught him fast-forwarding through some of the slower songs in that - I figure that it is not as intense and as action-packed as 'The Rings' and 'Star Wars' Epochs that he enjoys so much.
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