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8 May 2013

Edisi Movie @ Fox : The Odd Life Of Timothy Green


Terlupaaaa.....!
Geram btul.
Lenkali kena letak reminder lah kat tv tu.
Atau pun rekod terus.
(update : Movie ni kat Fox Movie - channel 413/433. Sbb tu kat atas tulis Movie @ Fox - maknanya kat channel Fox. Huhu)

Benci btol.
Isnin hari tu lah. Mmg nak tgk. Tp terlupaaaa.....!
Dah half baru ter tekan canel tu.
Dah separuh jalan. Sedeyh :(
MyDH kata nati ada la lagi. Betul. Ada lagi. Tp kang mesti dah half baru jumpa.
Cam Hunger Games tu lah.

Oke, sbb tak dpt tgk, tokleh nak review. Jadi, kita letak sinopsis je lah.

Dalam citer ini, pasangan ini juga mempunyai impian sebagaimana impian kami.
Tapi..mana plak aku nak tanam kotak ni. Aku takde backyard. Dry-yard ada lah. Rumah kampung buleh kot. Tapi kang kuar pokok durian plak. Huhuhu. 


The film is told from the perspective of Cindy (Jennifer Garner) and Jim Green (Joel Edgerton), as they explain their experience with Timothy (CJ Adams) in an effort to persuade an adoption agency to allow the couple to adopt a child.
Cindy, who works in the town's local museum, and Jim, who is employed at the town's historic pencil factory, reside in the drought-stricken town of Stanleyville, North Carolina. The Greens are informed by doctors that they are unable to conceive. Distraught by the news, Jim convinces Cindy to dream up their ideal child and write the child's characteristics and life events on slips of notepad paper.
The couple places the notes inside a box and buries it in the backyard garden. After a thunderstorm, which seemingly affects only their property, a ten-year-old arrives at their home claiming the Greens as his parents. After finding the box they buried smashed to pieces around a large hole in the ground where they originally buried it, and finding the boy inside their house, covered in mud, they realize that the boy, named Timothy, is actually a culmination of all their wishes of what their child would be. The Greens also discover that Timothy has a startling feature: he has leaves growing on his legs.
The next day, at a family picnic, Timothy is introduced to members of his family: Brenda Best (Rosemarie DeWitt), Cindy's pompous sister; James Green Sr. (David Morse), Jim's estranged father; and Mel (Lois Smith) and Bub (M. Emmet Walsh), Cindy's paternal aunt and uncle. The parents take Timothy to their friend and town botanist, Reggie (Lin-Manuel Miranda), where they learn that Timothy's leaves cannot be removed.
Timothy begins to attend school, where he meets Joni Jerome (Odeya Rush), a girl he meets during a bullying incident, with whom he begins a friendly relationship. Meanwhile, the town's pencil factory, the largest employer in Stanleyville, begins laying off its employees. Timothy convinces Cindy and Jim to design a prototype for a new pencil in an effort to keep the pencil-producing business viable.
Unbeknownst to the parents, one of Timothy's leaves falls off each time he fulfills one of the qualities listed on the original slips of paper. Timothy eventually reveals to Cindy and Jim that his time of existence is short and that he will eventually disappear.
The Greens' meeting with the adoption counselor concludes with Cindy presenting a letter that Timothy left them before leaving. In the letter, he explains to them what he did with each of his leaves that fell off, with a montage sequence showing each person whose life Timothy touched. After an unspecified amount of time, the adoption counselor is shown pulling up to the Greens' house in a car with the little girl who is to become the Greens' daughter.
Source : Wikipedia


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