Parenthood was a surprised comedy hit during the summer of 1989. The summer that brought us Batman, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Parenthood was able to hold it’s own and reach the $100 million mark.
One of the film’s appealing qualities is the children in the film. They aren’t portrayed as being smarter than the parents or wisecracking comedians. The children in the film come across as real kids with real child issues that could apply to any parent.
If you were wondering whatever happened to those kids here’s the chance to see. Recently the children, now adults, of that film were brought together for a reunion.
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