REVIEW OF THE BOOK OF HENRY
THE BOOK OF HENRY: is directed by Colin Trevorrow and written by Gregg Hurwitz. The film casts Naomi Watts as Susan Carpenter, Jaeden Lieberher as Henry Carpenter, Jacob Tremblay as Peter Carpenter, Sarah Silverman as Sheila, Lee Pace as David, Maddie Ziegler as Christina Sickleman and Dean Norris as Glenn Sickleman.
OFFICIAL STORY OF THE BOOK OF HENRY:
The story concerns a precocious boy, Henry Carpenter (Jaeden Lieberher), and his younger brother, Peter Carpenter (Jacob Tremblay), being raised by their single mother, Susan. Henry Carpenter has a crush on their neighbor Christina Sickleman (Maddie Ziegler), the daughter of the Police Commissioner. To protect Christina Sickleman from harm at the hands of her father, Henry Carpenter comes up with a plan to rescue her that he writes down in a book. Henry’s mother discovers the book and decides that she and Peter Carpenter will put Henry’s scheme into motion
Its new release date coincides with the debuts of “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and “Cars 3,” but it’s a time period with little in the way of indie dramas.
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