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The Measure of a Man (2011) online
Original Title :
The Measure of a Man
Genre :
Movie / Drama
Year :
2011
Directror :
Andrew Waite,Elizabeth Waite
Cast :
Jarin Stevens,Jennica Schwartzman,Jules Hartley
Writer :
Elizabeth Waite
Budget :
$200,000
Type :
Movie
Rating :
7.3/10
The Measure of a Man (2011) online

You are watching: The Measure Of A Man 2011. The Measure Of A Man 2011. After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15 year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. Actor: Jarin Stevens, Jennica Schwartzman, Jules Hartley, Charlie Waite. Director: Andrew Waite, Elizabeth Waite. Country: USA. Movie: The Measure Of A Man 2011. Production Co: Duration: N/A. Release: 2011.

Duration: N/A. Synopsis: After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15 year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. YOU ARE WATCHING: The Measure Of A Man 2011.

Actors: Jarin Stevens, Jennica Schwartzman, Jules Hartley, Charlie Waite. Watch The Measure Of A Man 2011 movie online.

The Measure of a Man: After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15 year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. He meets Emogene, the daughter of poor migrant farm laborers, and together they set out to break the cycle of poverty and ignorance. Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. Watch HD Movies Online For Free and Download the latest movies.

Directed by Andrew Waite, Elizabeth Waite. With Jarin Stevens, Jennica Schwartzman, Jules Hartley, Charlie Waite. After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15-year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. This is the inspiring true story of Donald P. Bailey, a charming, and eccentric father of nine, whose charisma and optimism set him apart from the.

Released:2011 Genre:Drama, Movie Director:Andrew Waite Starring:, Jarin Stevens, Jennica Schwartzman, Jules Hartley, Run time: min IMDb: . /10 Country:USA. Watch The Measure of a Man (2011) full hd online Directed by Andrew Waite, Elizabeth Waite. Tags: 2011, Andrew Waite, Jarin Stevens, Jennica Schwartzman, Jules Hartley, The Measure of a Man (2011) 123movies, The Measure of a Man (2011) full, The Measure of a Man (2011) HD, USA Public on August 13, 2018.

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Watch online full movie The Measure of a Man 2011 free online full HD with English subtitle on series9. Stream film The Measure of a Man 2011 full movie on IOS, iPhone, Android, Smart TV. He meets Emogene, the daughter of poor migrant farm laborers, and together they set out to break the cycle of poverty and ignorance nine, whos charisma and optimism set him apart from the average dad. B. .

Starring: Jarin Stevens, Jessica Belkin. Bailey, a charming, and eccentric father of nine, who’s charisma and optimism set him apart from the average dad. But his golden voice made him a legend to his posterity for generations.

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After being raised in an Oklahoma orphanage, 15-year-old Donald makes his way to California during the depression. He meets Emogene, the daughter of poor migrant farm laborers, and together they set out to break the cycle of poverty and ignorance. This is the inspiring true story of Donald P. Bailey, a charming, and eccentric father of nine, whose charisma and optimism set him apart from the average dad. But his golden voice made him a legend to his posterity for generations. His unique life is remembered through the eyes of his daughter, Elizabeth.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Jarin Stevens Jarin Stevens - Donald
Jennica Schwartzman Jennica Schwartzman - Emogene
Jules Hartley Jules Hartley - Adult Lizzy
Charlie Waite Charlie Waite - Child Donald (as Charles Waite)
Gabriel Myers Gabriel Myers - Young Donald
Madeline Penn Madeline Penn - Patricia Lynn
Travis Cluff Travis Cluff - Emmett
Lynne-Marie Beard Lynne-Marie Beard - Bessie
Ilona Hansen Ilona Hansen - Child Emogene
Tina Mirka Tina Mirka - Young Emogene
Blythe Butler Blythe Butler - Lizzy
Carsen Warner Carsen Warner - David
Alana Hamilton Alana Hamilton - Mary
Jaden Melashenko Jaden Melashenko - Mark
Justin McAleece Justin McAleece - Leland


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SadLendy

SadLendy

The trailer for The Measure of a Man looks great, I immediately wanted to see the film. Now I wish I had just stuck to the trailer. The movie is very disjointed, especially at the beginning jumping from present day to 1920's era to 1950's and back to 1920's. Basically the movie is the story of a father and his nine kids. A lot of scenes are just the father and various family members singing random songs that have nothing to do with the plot. The father is a bit sexist, forcing his daughters to do the household work while the boys enjoy playing most of the film. Granted the boys do mow the lawn and take out the trash, but that doesn't take nearly as long as the girl's chores. His wife even gets frustrated with him about the lack of boys help, but he refuses to listen to her. The acting is sub-par at the best. And in one scene they try to pass off a 40 year old women as a 16 year old girl. I'm not sure why they didn't get someone younger to play this part. It was so awkward watching a 40 year old play a teenager, jumping up and down for joy, going to the prom. The ending instead of being rather sad had me laughing aloud, you'll understand if you chose to waste your time watching the film and make it to the credits.
Katius

Katius

After thinking about it, I had to come back and edit my review; it was purposefully 'vanilla' in its critique in order to safely navigate the standards set forth by this site. I don't think that it's fair to potential viewers to risk nearly two hours of their lives, by not being fully candid about this picture. My ONLY positive remark, is that it's family friendly.....that is until you find yourself having to explain to your child why a 19 year old soldier (the lead character) is dating a 14 year old girl. Is that really a man you'd admire? In civilized society this man would be labeled a pedophile, at worst, and a pervert, at best. The movie jumps back and forth between the father's present day convalescence at a cancer hospice under the dutiful watch of his wife (aforementioned 14 year old) and a reverent daughter who narrates much of the movie. The audience is taken to scenes from the dad's teen years, up to advanced age; however, most of the movie takes place in what is probably a 5 year span of early-middle-age. The writer attempts to make the father seem admirable and quirky, but honestly, he comes off as sexist, and simply weird. The attempt was to present a reverent depiction of a man, but it unintentionally presented a farce. The story line was broken. The dialogue was poor. The protagonist was far from compelling; so much so, I was rooting for the cancer to speed up his demise so the movie could end. In short, this movie was practically unwatchable. It only should be used as punishment for a viewer, rather than entertainment. I will forever feel ripped off that I cannot get my 2 hours of life, back.
Wyameluna

Wyameluna

I understand Ms. Waite felt compelled to write about her memories of her father. However,I must say this was one of the most unrealistic and absurdly stupid movies I have ever watched. I can only say Mr. Bailey was an opportunist, a sexist, guilty of a misdemeanor,and possibly felony 1. He's a cotton farmer who returns from work every day as if he just walked out of REI catalog in his spotless truck. He dismisses his wife's request for more help, takes advantage of a car salesman, surrounds himself with nothing but white people (the only workers you ever see in the field, for a hot flash, is his family minus him)no migrants,no people of color. Do not waste you time-nothing to do with integrity and honesty.
Malaris

Malaris

This is a VERY family friendly movie full of the kind of realism that is hard to make up. With flashbacks for most of the story, we are briefly introduced to characters who grew up poor during America's post-depression who marry and have a large family full of love, discipline and values that are rarely seen in movies today. Though most of the flashback falls somewhere in the late 1950's or 1960's, the daughter who narrates shows what her family life was like living in suburban Bakersfield, California. There are a few brief mentions of Christianity, but the way the family lived and breathed, their faith was evident. With this said, I didn't feel like this was a "Christian" movie, but a family movie because it was wholesome, real and came away feeling good!
Dead Samurai

Dead Samurai

Here one woman with a boring voice speaking the whole time. Can't follow as it is forward and backwards. To me he was no role model.
MrRipper

MrRipper

This isn't one of those cookie cutter sophisticated, action packed, violent tales found on the super screen these days. This film stands alone on the merit of the story. It's a reminiscent journey of a happy, mature and loving father.

By no means is it cheesy or low budget- it is a well made film beginning with the casting, art and cinema direction and of course post production. It's not a fast moving story, rather a happy stroll down memory lane and to my delight was an hour and a half long, which made the entertainment even better.

I was sorry when the movie ended and left wanting to see the sequel.