New ‘Odd Life of Timothy Green’ Movie Delivered Lots Of Weird Drama & Interesting Plot
New ‘Odd Life of Timothy Green’ movie delivered lots of weird drama & interesting plot. Walt Disney Pictures released their new drama/fantasy flick “Odd Life of Timothy Green.” I just checked it out,and I thought it was definitely an odd movie to say the least. The storyline seemed very interesting,mostly because Timothy just sprouted up from the ground to be these folk’s son for a while. That could only be interesting.
The movie stars: Jennifer Garner, Joel Edgerton, CJ Adams, Ron Livingston, Dianne Wiest, Odeya Rush, Rosemarie DeWitt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, M. Emmet Walsh, Lois Smith,and Common.
In the new flick, a happily married couple named Cindy and Jim Green are told they can’t conceive children,so one day, they write down what type of child they would like to have and put it in a box. Then they buried it in the back yard. One night, a big storm goes down,and the next thing you know, young Timothy (CJ Adams), shows up in the Green’s house with leaves growing out of his legs.
Once the Greens realize leaves are growing out his legs, they think he must be for them,so they keep him and raise him as their own. From this point, Timothy gets involved in a lot of weird situations that kids get involved in. However,his experiences are amplified since he sprouted up out of the ground and all. Timothy also meets a girl named Joni, who takes a liking to his weird green leaves that are growing out of his legs, when she accidentally discovers them.
Timothy also motivates the Greens to create a new pencil made out of leaves,which ends up saving the town’s pencil factory. As the movie rolled along, Timothy starts discovering his leaves are falling off,and eventually comes to the conclusion that he’ll just disappear into thin air when all his leaves drop off,and that’s what happened. Timothy just disappeared from their lives when his leaves withered away from his legs. However,the movie did still offer up a happy ending for the Greens.
I thought the movie was way too cheesy for my taste,but it did offer an air of mystery about Timothy,which was the only reason I could sit through it. This was definitely an intense drama more so than a fantasy flick. I gave it a solid C grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.
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