Wish You Well (2013) Rated NR

Two children come of age during the 1940s at their grandmother’s home. Based on the book by David Baldacci. Starring Ellen Burstyn, Mackenzie Foy, and Josh Lucas.

This film is a slow-moving story and a simple tale. You just get an inside look at this family’s life. At times, the story does not flow well with continuity. However, the actors give great performances. The cinematography shows Virginia beautifully. It’s one of those stories that you can sit back and watch, but it doesn’t flow as well as you might hope. It was disconnected at times, and the story is too simple for most dramas. It’s almost like a great film for children. I was disappointed in the film overall. It’s not worth a watch.

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