In Gramps Shoes (written by Parker and directed by Chip Rossetti) is a film that demonstrates the impact a person has on the lives of others. Gramps is a man who is very firm in his beliefs, but does not try to force those beliefs on others. In accordance with 1 Peter 3:15, he is always ready to give an answer for the hope is has, and his reasons for his beliefs, when questioned. His granddaughter soaks it all in and blossoms in her faith and her confidence as she spends time with Gramps. Scott, is all about challenge---he is one, he makes everything about one, and the film does a fine job of transitioning his challenging character. This movie tackles a number of topics that are relevant to today, but also has a level of humor in the interaction of the characters.
The 4 main characters play well off of one another and even when I didn't like the actions or attitudes, they were realistic. Jeff Rose and Grace Etzkorn as the track coach and his daughter gave an added layer to the film's story and I loved the performances by Denny Brownlee and Greg Robbins. This is a film you and your family should enjoy.
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