Annies Point

DVD Release: January 22, 2005
Annies Point
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Synopsis

Beloved actress Betty White lights up the screen in this upbeat film about taking chances and living your dreams. When Annie decides to take a two thousand mile journey to fulfill her husband’s last wish, her straight-laced son Richard is adamantly against it. Like a modern day Thelma and Louise, Anne convinces her singer-songwriter granddaughter to embrace her free spirit, skip town and set off on an outrageous road trip filled with brushes with the law, a detour to Vegas, and an unexpected reunion. Sentimental, inspirational and downright fun, “Annie’s Point” is a film as exciting and predictable as the open road!

Dove Review

Betty White portrays the lovable Annie with style and comical entertainment. As Annie and Ella travel from Chicago to California, the two find themselves is some unexpected situations but along the way they also help each other complete there dreams and expectations of life.

It is a charming story of life, family relationships and love. Heartwarming and entertaining, this film will have the viewer laughing and crying as it relays the story of one woman’s goal to fill her husband’s dying wish on their anniversary. Betty White and Richard Thomas are terrific! We are proud to award “Annie’s Point” the Dove “Family-Approved” 12+ Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple kiss.
Language: D-1; Heck-1
Violence: Two women get arrested and flee from jail.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Women go skinny dipping in pool but it is not graphic.
Other: Gambling; pretending to be blind; woman dies.

Info

Company: Gaiam/Vivendi
Director: Michael Switzer
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 87 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe