Geoffrey Roth and his wife took their two boys to see the new Disney film "The Odd Life of Timothy Green." But the far more cinematic experience took place after the film, while the boys recounted their experience with the film's emotional ending.
The children's movie tells the story of two parents who bury a box in their backyard that contains a list of everything they'd want in a child. The next morning, the couple, who are unable to conceive, find a 10-year-old boy on their doorstep, claiming to be their son.
If you're planning to see the movie, be warned that the reaction from the two kids does spoil the film's ending. As Roth explains on his YouTube page, "The ads for The Odd Life of Timothy Green bill it as the 'feel good movie of the season.' As you will see by the reaction of my two sons, they beg to differ":
And while the video is pretty entertaining, it is nonetheless a video of two children crying hysterically. As several commenters have asked, was it really appropriate for Roth and his wife to not only film this video but then publicly upload it to the Internet?