Aidan Bloom is a 35-year-old man who finds himself at major crossroads, which forces him to examine his life, his career, and his family.
I liked this movie I thought it was cute. I loved how they all had to conquer a fear. I liked Noah, Aidan, Grace, Tucker, and Gabe. I liked how Grace wanted to have her own style and not change, and how Noah was scared but able to face his fear. Tucker was a strange unpredictable kid but I like him. I liked Gabe because he paid for the kids to go to school until his cancer got worse. He also had a conversation with Sarah that made him change. Aidan was brave and cares a lot about his family. I didn't like Sarah because she kept something she thought was creepy a secret from her husband. The story line was good. I think Josh Gad was good for his role but I like him better as Olaf in Frozen. This is kind of a sad movie, so if you cry in sad movies bring a box of tissues. The ending was confusing because it felt like they ended it in the middle of the movie.
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