A bachelor named Frank (Chris Evans) tries his best to raise his seven-year-old niece Mary (McKenna Grace) in rural Florida. But when it's revealed that Mary is a budding math prodigy, Frank gets into a custody battle with his mother (Lindsay Duncan) over what's best for her future. Octavia Spencer and Jenny Slate co-star in this drama directed by Marc Webb.~Jack Rodgers
So the actual Blu Ray itself came in great shape. There was no slip-cover but that’s to be expected since it’s been a while since the actual movie came out. The quality of the movie is great and is a very clear HD picture. A good combo pack and it includes the digital which is a plus. The wrapping on mine kind of got stuck to the side but I think that’s just how I opened it so you should have no problem with yours if you carefully open it. If you are wondering if the movie is good.... YES IT IS! It’s very heartwarming and it’s a pretty interesting and crazy. I was satisfied by my purchase and would recommend it.
Makes parents guess why child is smarter than them
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I always wonder if the Millennials will be smart enough to take care of this country after all of the Baby-boomers and Gen-Xers are long since dead, look no further and see this picture. It'll tell us that we'll always be in good hands, and they'll not be as self-centered as some of those old-farts that are putting our planet into ruin.