After hearing that they're unable to conceive a child of their own, Jim (Edgerton) and Cindy (Garner) fantasize about all the qualities their perfect child would have. They write all of these attributes down, put them in a wooden box and bury it a hole in their backyard garden. After rain storm comes though, they suddenly find that hole empty and this muddy little boy in their home. What follows doesn't just shock Jim and Cindy but intrigues and inspires everyone in their small town of Stanleyville. See Timothy isn't just a miraculous 10-year-old child who presumably grew in one couple's garden, he's a very special boy who impacts everyone he comes in contact with.
Directed by Peter Hedges (writer of "What's Eating Gilbert Grape"), "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" also features the likes of Ron Livingston ("Office Space"), Rosemarie DeWitt ("United States of Tara") and Common ("Smokin' Aces").
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green" is just one of several theatrical films released by Walt Disney Pictures recently. "Brave," "The Avengers," "John Carter" and "The Muppets" are other recent notable titles from the film studio.
Have a Great Day
Jim: "Have a great day!"
Cindy: "That's too much pressure."
Jim: "Have the day you have."
Why Are You Smiling?
Soccer coach: "Why are you smiling?"
Timothy: "I can only get better!"
Tonight, Let's Have a kid
Dr. Lesley Hunt: "You couldn't have tried harder. We have explored every medical option."
Jim: "Tonight, let's have a kid."
Cindy: "You heard what the doctor said. Give it up."
Jim" "There we go. Our kid would never give up... You know that kind of kid that might be a glass half full person."
Cindy: "Picasso with a pencil"
Jim: "Yes! Our kid would rock!"
Cindy: "I so agree!"
Jim: "Just once, our kid got to score the winning goal!"
You Know He's Different
Cindy: "You know he's different?"
Joni: "That's what I like about him."