The Adventures of Ociee Nash (2003) - Adventure, Drama, Family

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The Adventures of Ociee Nash tells the story of nine year old Ociee Nash in the year 1898 who is sent from her father and brothers in rural Mississippi to live with her refined aunt in Asheville, North Carolina.

IMDB: 5.4
Director: Kristen McGary
Stars: Skyler Day, Woofer
Length: 87 Minutes
PG Rating: G
Reviews: 2 out of 35 found boring (5.71%)

One-line Reviews (17)

A child's adventure with all spectacular twists and turns that is completely compelling and enjoyable.

Entertaining and wholesome kids (and adults) movie .

However, the wholesomeness of the film and the innocence of the characters makes the film worth watching.

There aren't enough movies being made that are both appropriate, and entertaining for my entire family.

Ociee Nash is clean and compelling for all ages.

So if you are looking for an entertaining movie that will be enjoyed by younger children and adults alike - you have found it!

The Adventures of Ociee Nash takes us back to that time when Grandparents, parents and children sat on the edge of their seats, laughed, cried and clapped at the end of the film.

Genuine, evocative, heartwarming .

The wholesome feel, the character development, the engaging of my emotions all made it a great experience.

It's nice to find a movie that can be entertaining while at the same time reminding us that character and bravery are timeless qualities.

The characters, the setting, and the plot, all make the movie compelling and inspiring.

The movie is a story about a young girl coming of age around 1900 in the South.

I attended the movie with my wife and we both left the theater satisfied.

In addition to a compelling story-line, I enjoyed the costumes, and beautiful cinematography.

This was a thoroughly enjoyable movie experience.

They walked out of the theater talking about this movie and they didn't stop talking about it for a week.

The cast is quite good and engaging.