Camp (2013)

    A troubled boy is sent to a summer camp that caters to abused and neglected kids. Camp is a good film that doesn’t bore and offers good dramatic and emotional content.

    The Cold Lands (2013)

    The Cold Lands explores the trials and tribulations of its 11-yr-old protagonist, who's carefree childhood comes to an abrupt end.

    The Nail: The Story of Joey Nardone (2009)

    This is a classic tale of redemption, a film well worth seeing despite its shortcomings.

    The Tree Of Life (2011)

    The Tree Of Life contains instructive moments of sadness,  is visually beautiful, and strangely and stunningly uplifting; a true work of art. 

    American Heart (1992)

    A philosophical drama with Coming-of-Age nuances, American Heart focuses on the hardships of life by telling the story of Jack (Jeff Bridges), a recently released convict and his teenage son Nick (Edward Furlong).

    Gun Smugglers (1948)

    Gun Smugglers stars a young protagonist and has everything you could expect from a good Western – exciting fist fights, shootouts, lots of horse-riding  and, of course,  a beautiful maiden.

    A Little Closer (2011)

    Those looking for a poignant, Coming-of-Age  portrayal of sexual awakening in a dysfunctional family will appreciate the honesty and realism of A Little Closer.

    Honkytonk Man (1982)

    Clint Eastwood and son Kyle team in Honkeytonk Man, as they travel to Nashville pursuing a dream.

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    The Winds of Autumn (1976)

    An adventurous drama that has appeal for young viewers, "The Winds of Autumn", despite having been released more than forty years ago, has a story that is as engaging as any modern day adventure.
    Cowboy Angels (2006)

    Cowboy Angels (2006)

    Cowboy Angels can be described as a mixture of several genres - drama, road film and coming of age - combining their best traits in a unique manner typically associated with the European independent cinema.
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    Johnny- The True Story of A Civil War Legend

    Johnny is largely a historical autobiography with a touch of realistic scenes integrated in between the photographs and drawings from the Civil War.
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid

    Combining fantasy, reality and hand drawn cartoons, no matter if you are in middle school or long out of it, you're going to love Diary of a Wimpy Kid and see it more than once to re-experience the 'laughing out loud' comedy of its entire hour and half length.