Saturday, July 30, 2011

Who Is Simon Miller?

 Aug 6th is the night of the next Family Movie Night, sponsored by Walmart and P & G. This time the feature is a about a family who comes to realize that the dad is actually a secret government agent!

"Who Is Simon Miller?" Synopsis:
When unassuming geoligist Simon Miller mysteriously disappears one night, the Miller family is thrown into a desperate search to find him. Simon's wife Meredith and their two kids, Sarah, 18 and Kevin, 15 frantically search Simon's office for information. When they find a stash of passports, all with Simon's picture but each with a different alias, they realize that their father has been keeping more than a few secrets. Who is Simon Miller? And what has he gotten himself - and his family - into? Not sure they can even trust the dad they thought they knew, the Millers embark on an international mission to get him back. It's a heart-pounding adventure that tests the limits to which families will fight for each other. 
I recently was given the opportunity to preview Who Is Simon Miller? and I believe that this film lives up to the same enjoyable quality of the previous films in the Family Movie Night series. There were areas that weren't very logical to me, but sometimes I need to lighten-up and suspend disbelief and practicality for a moment. It was suspenseful, without being too frightening for younger viewers, and had just the right amount of humor to endear the characters to the audience. Actually, this could probably make a fun television series for the family.

Loren Dean, Skyler Day, Robyn Lively, and Drew Koles as The Millers in "Who Is Simon Miller?"

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