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87 min.

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Starring: Betty White, Richard Thomas, Amy Davidson
Directed by: Michael Switzer
Produced by: Kyle Clark, Jim Wilberger
Written by: Mike Leonardo
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 husban...

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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!

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  • Comment Link Sunday, 24 November 2013 23:40 posted by I Love Jesus!

    There is a skinny dipping scene with Betty White and her granddaughter. It's PG-13 ish. They don't show anything, but it might be uncomfortable to watch with your kids. They get arrested, but the charges are dropped. They also lie that she is a blind painter so they can make some money at a fair. In the end, it is a quality movie with very positive themes, that I would say is fine for adults, and maybe teens. It was pretty funny and very heartwarming.

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