** A Way Back Home

Marvista Entertainment,

Austin Stowell, Kayla Ewell, Brett Rice, Bryant Prince, Carol Anne Watts, Danny Glover, Michael Harding

Trey Cole grew up in a very small town, but always had a problem with his ex-military Dad who was never around, and after his Mom left, he left town and never spoke to his father again. Trey went into the city and became a famous singer, but walked out in the middle of a performance to go back home to reconnect with Charlie Shuffleton (Danny Glover) who was the substitute father figure to him, and who was the town barber. Unfortunately, Charlie had passed away just a couple months before. Trey decides not to stay, but once he met his brother’s little boy, he forms a bond and is tempted to stay. Trey has a lot to learn about family and forgiveness and the need to have other people in your life.

This Hallmark Christmas film is a very worthwhile movie and is true to the Hallmark commitment to bring high quality family movies to brighten the holidays. Though back from 2013, this is an excellent movie and is available for streaming on Netflix. Though good any time of the year, it’s especially nice around the holidays, and there is a lot of holiday cheer in it as well. This is one that deserves to be remembered.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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