The Secret Handshake, DVD
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What happens when a single mother asks a neighborhood dad for help raising her troubled teenaged boy? Kevin Sorbo and Amy Grant lead an ensemble cast on a journey from Suburbia to the Deep Dark Woods, and back again with adventure, laughter and even a tear or two. Dove approved (all ages).

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Format: DVD
Vendor: Sony Pictures
Publication Date: 2015
UPC: 091037974570

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    Helping a boy grow up
    November 24, 2017
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    Meets Expectations: 4
    How does a dad, with all girls, help a boy who is pestering one of his daughters? He gets his friends together and takes the boy to the woods to teach the kid how to think for himself. Hopefully the kid realizes he needs to stop listening to his loser friends. While the movie is entertaining, there are parts that are slow, but if you stick with it, there is a good lesson at the end.
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