I'm not a movie critic. I'm a teacher, a school administrator, and a parent. Most importantly, I've been a child, which I'm not sure the professional movie critics who reviewed this movie EVER remember what it was like to be. Thank you, Mr. Helm, for creating such a wonderful experience, for my family, and countless others to enjoy together. I don't believe this film was created to be experienced through the eyes and senses of an adult, let alone a movie critic. It was meant to be experienced through those of a child, and those of us who can reach back in time and remember what it was like to believe that anything was possible if we just believed hard enough in something and had love and faith in it. So, if you are not willing to open your mind or are prepared to see it, experience it or understand it the way a child would, with all the WONDER and emotion that a child's imagination is capable of creating, then don't go and see it. You will be disappointed. I suggest taking a child, preferably your inner one, but any will do: your son, daughter, niece, nephew, grandchild, neighbor or friend. Better yet, take someone who needs something to believe in this holiday season.