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Same Kind of Different As Me Comes to Theaters Oct. 20 Plus Fandango #Giveaway #Sponsored #SameKindMovieL3

10/5/17
This is a sponsored post from LEV3L Digital for Paramount Pictures/Pure Flix.  All opinions are mine.

I am a fan of books made into movies, though more often than not I see the movie before I have had a chance to read the book.  I'm not familiar with the New York Times best selling book Same Kind of Different As Me, but I recently viewed the new movie trailer for the film and am looking forward to seeing it.  


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Same Kind of Different As Me deals with some serious topics that are very relevant to our society today: problems in marriage, racial tension and prejudices, homelessness, friendship, fear, dashed dreams,  forgiveness, and making a difference.



About the film:





“Nobody can help everybody, but everybody can help somebody.” Words of wisdom from a homeless drifter; words that never would be shared with the world if not for a wayward husband, a forgiving wife, and an unforgettable true story that brought the three of them together.


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With more money than they could ever possibly need, Ron and Debbie Hall have everything they could ever want … except for a loving marriage. When Ron’s unfaithfulness is brought to light, Debbie invites him to stay—as long as he remains truthful and does what she asks of him.

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But when her request includes serving the homeless at an inner-city rescue mission, Ron would prefer to write a large check instead.  Guided by her faith and spurred on by the dream of a homeless man she senses will change their city, Debbie befriends a disenfranchised man named Denver. More surprisingly, so does Ron. Despite vast differences, their lives begin to intersect and they all are changed … forever.
Rating: PG-13
Run time: 2:02:41
Release date: 10/20/17
Studio: Paramount Pictures/ PureFlix
Talent: Greg Kinnear, Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, Jon Voight





There is some incredible acting talent in this film as well as some themes that will tug on your heart strings.  I have a feeling that I'm going to need to bring some tissues with me to see this!

Same Kind of Different As Me is coming to theaters Oct. 21st, 2017.  Find out more at:  http://tickets.samekindofdifferentasmemovie.com/

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Isaiahsmom said...

I am trying to make a difference by helping children & people with autism. I am also trying to help educate people on autism.

Peggy said...

I am in several groups at church that works with children. I think if we get to them while they are young, we can show them love and respect.

April Morin said...

I try to recycle as much as possible. I also donate clothing and household goods in my community.

Yvonne Woodstock said...

I'm always doing random acts of kindness and raised our 5 adult kids to do the same
We recently moved into a small 700 something sq ft 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apt and the day before we moved a very dear loved one was shockingly unexpectedly beaten very badly (he strangled her!) and in fear for her and her baby's life from her baby's father (this was very unexpected and sudden) To protect her and her 2 mos old and with no where to go, she had to leave everything and break her lease and needed a place to stay where he couldnt find her and he didn't know where we were moving to so we took them in with us and it's been 4 mos now as she deals with pressing charges and getting on her feet and saving up and working HARD so she can get them their own place. In the meantime they have our whole living room and dining room and we pretty much have our bedroom and I babysit to help while she is at work. She is very independent and hard working and we are very proud of her. As big of a sacrifice as this has been on us it is only temporary we know it's much harder for her and she's so brave. But in the meantime we know we are making a difference, quite possibly a life and death difference for 2 priceless innocent people.

Sherrie Cruson said...

I've donated to the food bank at my church. I'm also trying to be kind, respectful, and more empathetic to the people around me because we never really know what hardships or pain people are going through. Sometimes they just need a helping hand, kind word, or shoulder to cry on.

slehan said...

I volunteer at several places around town.
Thanks for the contest.
slehan at juno dot com

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