It was an interesting story on several levels: the reconciliation between father/son and grandson, the hunt for buried treasure, the need for forgiveness. I also enjoyed the bits of Tulsa history and discussion of Tulsa's racial history. The sweet relationship between the boy and his grandfather made me cry several times during the movie and the ending wrapped it up perfectly and believably.
This would be a great Father's Day gift and a great one for dads to watch with sons (maybe age 10-12 and up).
It could open up some great spiritual dialogue about sins, forgiveness, the influence a child can have in an adult's life, etc.
And of course, I loved that it ended with Be Thou My Vision. Perfect symbolism on many levels.