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Home of Our Own (Widescreen Edition) [Import]

Kathy Bates , Edward Furlong , Tony Bill    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must of been unadvertised April 21 2003
I had never seen any promotion for this film when it came out. I am a Kathy Bates fan and was switching channels and happened across this. I started watching it and loved it. I wonder why I had never heard any word of mouth on this movie? If you haven't seen this, please either rent the movie or buy it. It is worth the time to watch it.
It is basically about a family whom is living in LA and the father ups and leaves them. So the Mother must support her children. Her oldest keeps getting in trouble so she decides to take what little they own, and find a new home to restart their life. Mind you they are very poor and they vehicle they own is on it's last leg. They end up in Ohio living in a farmers half built home. It lets you see through the oldest son's memories of everything that happened along the way.
You end up loving the family and hoping for the best. I hope you watch it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars TERRIFIC FAMILY FLICK March 2 2004
I love this movie! Kathy Bates is such a terrific actress, and this film really lets her show off! The movie should be viewed with family. It shows all you need to make it to your dream is hard work, determination, and the love of your family. The Lacey Tribe (Bates and her children) move across the states to find A home of their own, but really a new beginning. And they are dirt poor. One of the saddest moments in the movie is when they open their Christmas gifts, and receive a hammer, nails, everything for their home that their mother is determined to build for them. It really goes to show you that you shouldn't take everyday things for granted. Has a great story from start to finish. The ending is terrific as well. GET THE DVD! Its worth it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best family movie you'll see April 7 2004
By Hadi
Kathy Bates is one of Hollywood's greatest actresses and provides her outstanding preformance in this hard drama showing how she deals with six kids as she is a widower in Idaho recentily moved from Los Angeles and tries to make her kids forget the life they currently live in and think of the house they will live in the near future, with the help of the priest and other great supporting roles, this emotional family drama shows exactly what other families deal with and whats the outcome, they worked hard and live now in a better home. One of my favourite family movies of all time, Kathy Bates shines. 10/10.
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5.0 out of 5 stars not well known--too bad! Feb. 1 2004
this movie is excellent. it makes me cry everytime i see it. it's too bad that more people have never heard of it. kathy bates is a wonderful actress, whom never seems like she's 'acting'. i recommend this movie to anybody. it's very heartfelt and contains struggles and situations that should make people happy for what they've got. life can be difficult with the competition that is in society and the amount of money that everything costs... i, for one, am more grateful and aware of what i am blessed with after seeing this movie!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Family Movie May 1 2004
If you know what its like to be poor, or even if you empathise with the unfortunate, then you will surely love this movie. It brings tears to your eyes to see the middle-aged widow, played by Kathy Bates, struggle with her six children, to build a house, from nothing. I believe if you want to give your kids a shock of reality, then this movie is as real as you can get. Many families live like this in the third world. You come away with an appreciation of the true things in life: love, and family values.
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Kathy Bates is very vulgar in this movie and it's so poorly made that I was surprised to learn it was not made for the Hallmark Channel because they air this turkey about once a month.
Save your money for a real movie like Anaconda with the great Jon Voight or Prison Heat with Lori Jo Hendrix.
Also, no matter what the DVD package claims, the old man from the Karate Kid movies is NOT in this movie.
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