Catholic News Service
The first thing to understand about “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” is that, despite its genuinely wholesome approach, its themes of infertility and death make it unsuitable for younger children.
The film strains not to offend. But even older children may find parts of this fable, in which the enchanted 10-year-old boy of the title (CJ Adams) passes through life leading others by cheerfulness and good example, somewhat puzzling. Read more »