This review may contain spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.
First of all, this was an okay movie. A feel-good Christian message, with no language or sex issues. I watched it to the end, so for that I'll give it three stars.
However, the script was poorly written and acted. It felt like it had been written and directed by a child. You know those funny videos where you have a child tell the story of Christ's birth, with adults acting it out? It was like that.
"There was this man, and he was like really mean and grumpy because his wife died, and then he had to sell his house because he didn't have any more money. And these really nice people showed up to help him, but he was just mean to them because he was so sad."
He goes to live in a trailer court, and all the people there have weird problems that come straight out of children's books--the lady who only hiccups, the man who farts all the time, the man who only says NO. The ending was totally random and ridiculous as well.
I could go on and on through the whole movie. It was like it was being narrated by a child. I tried to find out if a child actually wrote it, but couldn’t come up with anything. It wasn't bad. But it also wasn't GOOD.