Friday, September 7, 2012

October Baby

OCTOBER BABY


Available on Blu-ray and DVD on September 11, 2012!

As Hannah steps out in front of a large group of people to perform in her theatrical debut, she suddenly collapses.  The audience is stunned as is her father who rushes to her side.  

After undergoing numerous medical tests (her father is a medical doctor), all the signs lead to her difficult birth.  This leads to a far more painful discovery - she was adopted and who she had thought were her birth parents are actually her adoptive parents!  That along with the thought of her being a failed abortion leaves her questioning her life.  

Confused and angry Hannah turns to one of her oldest friends (Jason) for some much needed support. Jason talks her into going on a spring break trip which actually turns into a journey to find her birth mother.  Along the way she ends up finding herself and by the end of the movie all her questions will be answered.

I enjoyed this movie because it was different than any movie I have seen lately.  The entire movie I hoped for Jason and Hannah to become more than friends, but you will have to watch to find out if they take it to the next level or not.  

RELEASE DATE: September 11, 2012

US RATING: PG-13

*Disclaimer - I received a screener copy of the movie mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of the movie.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*

4 comments:

My Journey With Candida said...

This is one I would need to see with girl friends. My Hubs only like the shows with lots of action in them. Men!!!!

Mizzreviewlady said...

I know right, my hub is the same way so I watched this one alone. I can sometimes get him to watch certain movies though...like The Notebook ;) Have you seen that one before, it's a really good movie.

My Journey With Candida said...

I haven't seen the Notebook but I wanted to.

It is awful quiet on your blog lately. Baby??

FireRunner2379 said...

Thanks for the review. Maybe I will surprise my wife some night and bring this home. It actually sounds interesting to me, even as a man!