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Disney’s ‘The Odd Life Of Timothy Green’ Brings Boys To Tears, Leaves Them Inconsolable

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By Amber GoodhandRadar News Editor

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is touted as one of the “feel good movies” of the season, but two boys who saw the movie over the weekend disagree and you can watch their reaction on RadarOnline.com.

Geoffrey Roth and his wife took their sons to see the new Disney movie and what transpired afterwards was an agonizing two-and-a-half minute video of the boys in the backseat of the car, inconsolable, because of the ending of the movie.

SPOILER ALERT!

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“He had to die and I didn’t want him to,” the little boy cries, referring to the unexpected death of a main character at the end of the flick.

The boys’ mother first attempts to console them, telling them it’s part of the “circle of life,” but later tries to keep her giggles quiet as the kids continue to sob uncontrollably.

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“But it was so sad. It was just so sad,” the boy weep. “I didn’t want him to!”

The parents ask the boys what they thought of the movie and they continue to scream about how sad it was.

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“Should people go and see this movie?” the mom asks them.

“If you do, you will tear out your eyes,” the younger one responds. “It’s so sad!”

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Do you think the parents crossed the line by taping their kids during such an emotionally raw moment? Leave your comments below…

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Boys Crying Odd Life Timothy Green Inconsolable

URL: Boys Crying Odd Life Timothy Green Inconsolable

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HEADLINE:
Disney's 'The Odd Life Of Timothy Green' Brings Boys To Tears, Leaves Them Inconsolable

By Amber Goodhand
Radar News Editor

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is touted as one of the "feel good movies" of the season, but two boys who saw the movie over the weekend disagree and you can watch their reaction on RadarOnline.com.

Geoffrey Roth and his wife took their sons to see the new Disney movie and what transpired afterwards was an agonizing two-and-a-half minute video of the boys in the backseat of the car, inconsolable, because of the ending of the movie.

SPOILER ALERT!

"He had to die and I didn't want him to," the little boy cries, referring to the unexpected death of a main character at the end of the flick.

The boys' mother first attempts to console them, telling them it's part of the "circle of life," but later tries to keep her giggles quiet as the kids continue to sob uncontrollably.

"But it was so sad. It was just so sad," the boy weep. "I didn't want him to!"
The parents ask the boys what they thought of the movie and they continue to scream about how sad it was.

URL: Boys Crying Odd Life Timothy Green Inconsolable

TICKER:
Disney Movie Brings Boys To Tears

HEADLINE:
Disney’s ‘The Odd Life Of Timothy Green’ Brings Boys To Tears, Leaves Them Inconsolable

By Amber Goodhand
Radar News Editor

The Odd Life of Timothy Green is touted as one of the “feel good movies” of the season, but two boys who saw the movie over the weekend disagree and you can watch their reaction on RadarOnline.com.

Geoffrey Roth and his wife took their sons to see the new Disney movie and what transpired afterwards was an agonizing two-and-a-half minute video of the boys in the backseat of the car, inconsolable, because of the ending of the movie.

SPOILER ALERT!

“He had to die and I didn’t want him to,” the little boy cries, referring to the unexpected death of a main character at the end of the flick.

The boys’ mother first attempts to console them, telling them it’s part of the “circle of life,” but later tries to keep her giggles quiet as the kids continue to sob uncontrollably.

“But it was so sad. It was just so sad,” the boy weep. “I didn’t want him to!”
The parents ask the boys what they thought of the movie and they continue to scream about how sad it was.

“Should people go and see this movie?” the mom asks them.

“If you do, you will tear out your eyes,” the younger one responds. “It’s so sad!”

Do you think the parents crossed the line by taping their kids during such an emotionally raw moment? Leave your comments below…

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