Family Movie Night’s “Who Is Simon Miller?”—- Saturday, August 6 at 8/7c on NBC
“When unassuming geoligist Simon Miller mysteriously disappears one night, the Miller family is thrown into a desperate search to find him. Simon’s wife Meredith and their two kids, Sarah, 18 and Kevin, 15 frantically search Simon’s office for information. When they find a stash of passports, all with Simon’s picture but each with a different alias, they realize that their father has been keeping more than a few secrets. Who is Simon Miller? And what has he gotten himself – and his family – into? Not sure they can even trust the dad they thought they knew, the Millers embark on an international mission to get him back. It’s a heart-pounding adventure that tests the limits to which families will fight for each other.”
I hope you will tune into NBC this coming Saturday because I know I will be, even though I’ve already viewed this movie.
This wasn’t the typical “feel good” family movie we’ve seen time and again with family movie not. This was a fun, crazy adventure family movie.
The Miller family look like the typical family. Teens active in school, a busy working mom, and dad hard at work. But dad, Simon, has a different job. His family thinks he is a geologist who has to travel a lot for work. But in reality he is a spy working hard to beat the bad guys. One day he is captured by one of his own people and his family begins to worry about where he could be. The search around in his office and found that he isn’t in the town he said he was, he was actually over seas somewhere. After they start trying to find him the discover he is a spy and that he was captured.
The family now is looking for him and become spies of their own. Eventually they all get back together but they still have a mission to complete.
This action packed movie was so much fun to watch. You’re left on the edge of your seat hoping everything works out for the best and you start to wonder who the good guys were and who were the bad guys. I loved this movie and can’t wait to watch it this weekend again with my family. I do want to mention there are guns in the movie so it might not be a movie you want younger ones to see.
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