Friday, September 02, 2011

Dolphin Tale, a movie

I have a soft spot in my heart for my friend Sally Clarkson's son, Nathan.  Although we've never met, his "out of the box" thinking led him to studying in New York and then onto Hollywood while my "out of the box" son became a computer scientist and creates apps for smart phones (while still in college).

Both of them have overcome obstacles as they are on that journey for which God created them.  So, it brings me great joy to help Nathan even if doing my humble little part to encourage all of you to see the movie, Dolphin Tale.

I'll be giving you more links after the preview but I can tell you this... after watching the preview I know I want to go see it (and I usually wait for movies to come out on DVD).  :)

Let's show Hollywood Christians in general and homeschoolers in particular love this kind of a great family movie.  The links below will provide further information.  Let's support Nathan and good family movies.

Sally's blog post about Nathan and his dreams... here.
Homeschool Movie Club's webpage... here.

Special information for homeschoolers:
Dolphin Tale's Facebook Homeschool Day... here.


Anonymous said...

Looks like a lovely film...thanks for sharing! I rarely have gone to movies, but hope to attend this one!

Nathan Clarkson said...

Hi Coffee Tea Books and Me,

Thank you so much for your support. It's so neat to see people rallying behind a project like DOLPHIN TALE with great family values and morals.

I want to let you and your readers know that there is a round of FREE screenings for Homeschoolers who would like to attend an early screening of the movie.  We want our community to get excited about “Homeschool Day” on September 23, so we want as many folks as possible to attend the advance screening of Dolphin Tale and spread the word about this inspiring true story.

Click on the link below to RSVP to a city where the movie will be screened on 9/10:

Thanks again for your support.  It's because of you that we Homeschoolers will soon have a voice in Hollywood!

Best wishes,

Nathan J. Clarkson

Homeschool Movie Club

carla said...

Wow! I can't wait to see it.

We loved The Blind Side. My husband and I have always loved good movies, but for the quite a while, we've only gone to the theater 2 or 3 times a year.

So this one looks like a good one to watch in a big theater, then buy a copy for home.

Thanks for letting us know about it.