A great assessment the movie, Nim’s Island from a Religious perspective.

Movie Title: Nim’s Island
Director: Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett
Gazing: Abigail Breslin, Jodie Break, Gerard Retainer
Category: Relatives

Christian Perspective Rating: 4 out of 5 celebrities

Intro: A unusual, center warming and different movie for the complete family. It had been really nice to see Jodie Foster in this role. kissanime

Review: When We first rented this movie, I was thinking a Swiss Family Robinson type movie. I was incorrect. This really is a movie like none I possess seen. 

Nim has an active thoughts and she is with an island alone with her father. They are not stranded. They live on this island by choice. Nim does not have any human friends except for those in her adventure books collection. However, she has several adorable animals as friends. They do not discuss, but, they actually communicate and have intelligence and figure.

Through a series of events, Nim’s father (Jack) goes missing for a bit. Obviously, Nim becomes very worried and makes a decision to write to the key character in the experience books she reads, Alex Rover.

Unfortunately, Alex Rover is not a man OR very adventurous. The lady is an agoraphobic… someone who does NOT like to go anywhere! HAHAHA! NOT even with her mailbox!

Well, she trounces her fear, and trips to help poor Nim.

After several comical incidents (that I will leave out therefore i do not spoil the move for you) Alex gets to Nim’s Island.

Obviously, there is a happily at any time after type ending which makes this a family movie plus. No gender, no drugs, no crazy stuff. There is a kiss near to the end between Alex Rover and Nim’s Dad, Jack. Nothing to write home about though.

Cons: Nim calls her dad Jack a few times. I did not like that. To my opinion, it is disrespectful. Nim also reasoned with her Father and did not always obey.

Conclusion: Overall, Nim’s Island is a respectable family movie in a world of not so good movies. Your kids will need it and you will like it too… at least once! ROFL!!

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