It's been some time since we've enjoyed a family night out at the movies. I miss the theaters, the smell of popcorn, and losing myself in a great film. Next week we're taking the kids to see When We Last Spoke, a timeless movie for all ages that digs in deep to things that matter most—family, friends, love, and forgiveness:
The premise is about making the best of even difficult situations. In the late sixties, two sisters are abandoned by their mother at their unsuspecting grandparents’ farm in a small southern town. Stunned by their sudden arrival, the sweet grandparents graciously stand in for the missing parents and create one blue-ribbon recipe for a loving family. I grew up adoring Little House on the Prairie and always love seeing Melissa Gilbert on screen. She plays Grandma Ruby, a champion fiddler.
Fireside, home of radio Station KOFF, kept secrets, broken promises and to-die-for sundaes, serves as the backdrop for this heartwarming story full of surprises. Top it all off with the unexpected appearance of Walt’s ailing mother—eccentric, Emily Dickinson-quoting Itasca, played by Cloris Leachman, and laughter and tears abound. Cloris Leachman is so hilarious. She gets me every time. If you liked her in Spanglish, you will adore her in When We Last Spoke!
Richly packed with quirky characters and hilarious escapades, When We Last Spoke is a wholesome, family-friendly flick to kick off the holiday season.
As theaters are reopening, check your local listings but When We Last Spoke opens is a 4-night event October 27, 29, 30 & 31. Ticket information can be found here.
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