Family Movie Night - Field of Vision - Review

It's time for another awesome Family Movie Night!

Field of Vision is the new movie that premieres Saturday, June 11th at 8 pm est on NBC.

In Field of Vision, a young girl is given an old video camera. This video camera has a mind of it's own, and only works when it wants to. It also has the ability to let others see events that it didn't actually tape. This is important to the story line it two ways.

First, the camera helps the girl's older brother see what's really going on on his football team. Bullying.

Second, the camera helps the girl see some important information to help Corey, the bullying victim.

Armed with the information he learned from the camera, Tyler (played by Tony Oller) confronts his fellow football teammates about the bullying. Tyler, and all those watching this movie, learn that you have to do the right thing, even though it's very, very hard. Doing the right thing is not popular, as other don't like to deal with the consequences of their actions. But as this Tyler shows us, even though it's hard, doing the right thing is worth it.

Armed with the information she learned from the camera, Lucy, (played by Alyssa Jordan Shaffer) learns some very important information to help Corey, the bullying victim played by Joseph Adler. As we learn in the movie, Corey is in foster care after his mother died. With Lucy's help, Corey gets his life back.

Field of Vision also stars Faith Ford, Phillip Casnoff and L. Warren Young.
Here's the official Field of Vision trailer:

I got to see the whole movie so I could tell you about. I really liked this movie, and can't wait to share it with my kids. Field of Vision teaches some important life lessons without being preachy. Field of Vision has a very heart-warming ending, and is suitable for the whole family. Field of Vision has earned the Dove Foundation Family Approved Seal. Read the Dove Foundation Review.

For more information, visit the Field of Vision Website,   Family Movie Night on Facebook and   Mom's for Family TV.

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