When 20-something filmmaking brothers Chris and Nick Staron were
told it’s impossible to make a Christian comedy, they laughed … and then got to work.
Bringing Up Bobby is the result, and the madcap antics of the entire Wyler family
will convince you that the Staron Bros. have created comedic dynamite!
Destined to be a favorite of families and youth groups, Bringing Up Bobby is a
quirky exploration of what it means to live out your faith … and to find humor in
whatever comes your way!
Bringing Up Bobby is “A Different Kind of Comedy About Being Kind of Different”.
In Bringing Up Bobby, Bobby is the soon to be 16 year old whose parents died when he was very young. His older brother has raised him, as well as another brother and sister.
The parents will is scheduled to be read on Bobby’s 16th birthday, so his other 2 siblings show up to see what they will get. One brother finds a hidden stash of money in the attic. Can he keep the others from finding out?
There are several scenes around the “War Table”. The war table is where this family shares how they really think and feel. Shouldn’t every family have a war table?
Our whole family enjoyed this movie. It is a very funny movie. At the same time, it is a very heart warming movie.
Bring Up Bobby reminds us that when life gets messy, you can still laugh…and look to God for direction.
Bringing Up Bobby is a movie the whole family can watch together, and be reminded about what is really important in life. Faith, family and friends.
Propeller, the company that sent me Bringing Up Bobby to review, is giving away a copy of Bringing Up Bobby to one of my readers.
~To enter this giveaway, just leave a comment. One comment per person.
This giveaway will end on Monday, November 15, 2010. I will use random.org to select the winner, who I will notify by email. So please make sure to leave your email so I can contact you if you win.