Paper Planes


Children Family Parenting


Seth Elder on January 8, 2018 at 5:10 AM.

A wonderful movie in a day and age when sin abounds A wonderful movie in a day and age when sin abounds. This movie showed the importance of character development and loving family relationships, a rare sight in the world these days. I wish I could personally thank the writers of this film as well as everyone who worked on it. My family thoroughly enjoyed it and it was so fitting for the timing of watching it, as our oldest son ran in his USATF Association XC Championship today. Teaching children to have fun and focus on the most important…

Daren on January 8, 2018 at 5:20 AM.

Another Great Australian Film… The kids gave it “infinity” stars. My 6 year old says it was “the best movie ever.” My 7 year old says, “I love origami and how he made the eagle.” This film was a great feel-good movie that is definitely a great family night film that not only teaches a good lesson, but inspires hope, displays how hard work pays off, and is an all-around enjoyable to watch while even grappling with a few family discussion topics that are worth exploring in relation to the father’s life,…

Anonymous on January 8, 2018 at 5:45 AM.

A gorgeous, cute, sometimes painfully realistic, family film about a young boy who wants to win a paper plane flying competition in Tokyo, whilst trying to deal with his depressed father in the wake of a family tragedy. Rest-assured, the movie is full of cute cliches, but the shining light of this film is truly Sam Worthington, who is at his finest as Jack, a father who is struggling with depression and grief due to his wife’s untimely death. Sometimes, it’s horribly painful to watch him…