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CHANGE OF PLANS

What to know: Musician Sally Danville and her husband Jason live life free of domestic responsibilities when an accident leaves them responsible for four kids - 3 of them from third-world countries.
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Recommended age 8-18
87 minutes
DVD
FRONT PORCH ENTERTAINMENT
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This was a really great movie; in fact I loved it. The main characters in the movie are Sally Danville, her husband Jason, and the kids. Sally Danville is played by Brooke White, a former contestant on American Idol. She is a really great singer and even sings a few songs in the movie!
The movie is about Sally, who is a musician and her husband Jason, who is an Air Force Pilot. They receive a call and then discover that they are responsible for 4 children. The kids in the movie are Jordan, Javier, Kaleb, and Sung-Lee. The movie is mainly about that and how they all have to learn to "change their plans." They go through some struggles throughout the movie but eventually realize that they are all meant to be together.
I would recommend this movie for ages seven and up. This movie does have a sad part that some younger kids may not understand. But overall the movie has great meaning. Go out and see it when it comes out on DVD
Credit: Anthony Aranda, age 8, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic
Life doesn't always work out according to plan, but sometimes it's the unanticipated changes that change our life for the best. The film does an excellent job at explaining how sometimes the best things in life are unexpected. When Sally and her husband become the caretakers of 4 children, their successful and self-oriented lifestyles are compromised. However, in time the children bring them an abundance of love that they would never have imagined.
Musician Sally Danville and her husband Jason live life free of domestic responsibilities when an accident leaves them responsible for four kids - 3 of them from third-world countries. Now the couple must learn to parent and help the kids deal with the culture clash of life in America in a humorous and heartwarming look at how fulfilling life can be when you look beyond your own plans and invest in the lives of others.
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ANTHONY ARANDA

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