Saturday, October 9, 2010


The Way Home is the inspiring, factual story of how both a family and a community were pulled together to search for a missing 2 year old boy. Randy Simpkins (Dean Cain, "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman") loves his family, but lets all of the distractions of his job become his focus. While preparing for a family vacation, Christal (Lori Beth Edgeman) asks Randy to put their youngest child in the van while she does a final check before they leave. However, during the few minutes Randy checks email first, Joe disappears.

Expecting to find him nearby playing, the minutes turn to panic as the search continues. Prayer chains are activated, and enormous numbers of people, along with local and state agencies, show up to support the family and to find the missing child. Due to the realization that he may never see his child again, combined with the guilt of Joe disappearing while he was supposed to be watching him, Dean cries out to God. This is a powerful story of forgiving oneself and realizing what is truly important. Those who enjoy an uplifting story of faith and family are sure to appreciate this film.

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Anonymous said...

This sounds like it will be a very good, yet emotional movie! A missing child has got to be a parents worst nightmare.
This topic is certainly relevant, as children are missing every day.

debbiebee said...

This will be a great movie...As a mother of a child that went missing for 9 months I can relate. Unfortunately because my daughter was a teenager most people didnt really look for her. She did show up in Kentucky, part of a child trafickking ring...We have to be come more vigilant as a society to look for our missing...This will be a great movie to inspire!

Anita said...

Oh it sounds so good can`t wait to see it. Watching holyman Undercover right now.

brandy said...

this movie was AWESOME & INSPIRING!!! We won tickets from WAYFM Alabama 88.1 to go see it at the Monaco @ Bridgestreet in Huntsville...I dont want to give away too many details... but will say it truly captures the awe of when God's ppl come together... WE ALSO WERE ABLE TO MEET THE PARENTS, They were there at the movie... it was great & A DEFINITE MUST SEE!!! God bless

deborah_seeley said...

This movie looks awesome!I love Dean Cain.....Can't wait to see it!