With its falsely upbeat approach to Alzheimer's disease and homelessness, the sticky-sweet HOME OF ANGELS plays like a PSA masquerading as timely drama. Although it merits consideration for delving into topics rarely addressed in children's movies, its good intentions are undone by its
More than a grandfather, Grandpa (Abe Vigoda) is the best fishing mate and closest pal little Billy (Lance Robinson) has ever known. But Grandpa is confined in a nursing home with Alzheimer's disease, and Billy's father (Craig Sechler) and mother (Karin Wolfe) are reluctant to let him visit.
Billy secretly embarks on a holiday rescue mission, taking the Long Island...