Another underdog, good-guy-wins movie. Satisfying ending. Probably won't watch it again, but I wouldn't hesitate to suggest someone watch it.
But WHAT'S with the description on the Amazon Video? "Greener Mountains is a family friendly, coming-of-age story about finding your place in the world." REALLY?
Here's the real description of what you'll see (from the movie description): "Greener Mountains is the coming of age story of JP Barton, an adopted son raised on a throwback Vermont family resort. Since being found as an infant by the resort's elderly owner, JP has essentially never left the grounds. But with the arrival of a beautiful, free-spirited New York artist his sheltered life is suddenly turned upside down."
And without adding too many spoilers, meet JP who thinks he's not good enough for this artist so creates a fictitious biography to impress her; of course he is discovered, artist leaves in a huff, and he's a basket case because he has lost his one true love and soulmate. Then enter the scheming and conniving grandson who intends by fair means or foul to gain access to his grandmother's estate and write this adopted son out of the inheritance.
Of course, you know it all comes out exactly right at the end. The hick-from-the-sticks good guy comes out on top, and the savvy and crafty city guy comes out with nothing.
Now, you can at least make an intelligent decision as to whether or not to watch the movie.