Watch Eye of the Dolphin
Eye of a Dolphin is a beautiful film with a heartfelt story. The film was made with the family in mind since the film is just so nicely crafted. The movie talks a bit about family, love, and the power that a single person and dolphin can hold to help change the lives of others. Eye of a Dolphin is a film that definitely is worth watching if you want to enjoy a great movie. The story can be viewed by children and even adults of all ages. The movie showcases the life of a 14 year old young girl whose Mom just died. She is told to end up living with her grandmother and she struggles to deal with the loss. Because of her struggles, she ends up dealing with smoking and she gets caught. She is brought to the Bahamas with her father whom she has a difficult relationship with at first because of a few slight differences. Her dad, however, is very close to dolphins and always loves researching about them, not to mention has a wonderful research center for learning about different dolphins. She ends up feeling closer to her father as she also begins to love dolphins in general. She struggles a little bit as somebody decides to try and close down her fathers research center. She ends up becoming closer to the dolphin, and within herself and one special dolphin holds the only thing that can help bring her father and those trying to close his research center into the right mindset. This film is great to watch if you want to enjoy a nice film with a simple but still lovely story. There are many people who find this movie to be more for adults, but the entire family should watch it, as it teaches life lessons we can all learn from. This movie is not for those who are looking for an extremely big movie with surprising twists, but the story in itself is wonderful and can be great to watch. Children are always going to find movies like this one worth watching because of the lovely and soft nature of the story. If you want to relax and enjoy a film with a lovely story, this movie is worth watching.
- Carly Schroeder, Adrian Dunbar, George Harris, Katharine Ross, Christine Adams
- Monterey Media Inc.
- Michael D. Sellers, Michael Sellers