Every dark cloud has a silver lining—and young Pollyanna knows how to find it. Newcomer Georgina Terry makes a stirring debut as Pollyanna in this heartwarming tale of a little girl whose effortless charm captures the hearts of family, friends, and strangers alike. After the death of her father, Pollyanna moves in with her downcast, embittered aunt (Amanda Burton, Silent Witness). Soon, Pollyanna charms everyone in the beautiful English village she now calls home—except her cold-hearted aunt who refuses to see the brighter side of life.
Aunt Polly, despite her vast wealth, impressive estate, and numerous servants, treats young Pollyanna more like an stranger than a relative, but when tragedy strikes, Pollyanna’s sunny outlook persuades her aunt to confront past ghosts and embrace the promise of happiness. Based on the classic novel by Eleanor H. Porter, Pollyanna is a treat sure to be treasured by the entire family.
2 thoughts to “Pollyanna (2003)”
If you have never seen Pollyanna you are missing out. Pollyanna, an orphaned girl, draws in life and fun back into her mother’s home town. With her “Glad Game “she finds something glad in everything (even when the worst happens) she brings smiles and joy to the hearts of viewers. This is a wonderful movie for families to watch and has a wonderful message of hope even in the most trying circumstances. I highly recommend parents watch this with their children. It is a classic the whole family can enjoy.A movie that will get to your heart every time.
Our family really enjoyed this movie. We loved Pollyanna’s “The Glad Game”. This movie portrays how much of a difference it can make in a person’s life when they choose to see the good. And then in turn the influence this kind of person can have on the people around them.