The Bradfords, your typical all American family; mom, dad, two kids and a dog, need to go “off grid” and reconnect as a family. So dad takes control and decides a two-day chartered sail out on the open seas with zero connectivity, a vacation from their vacation, is the answer.
When a storm breaks apart their sailboat and throws its old sea captain overboard, the Bradfords find themselves stranded, adrift in a sea of uncertainty – literally! After two long days floating in the ocean, hope comes in the shape of a small spec on the horizon, a remote island!
After desperately paddling their boat to the shore, the Bradfords are welcomed into a small community of people from around the world, living in awesome tree houses, eating off the land and led by a mysterious and eccentric Englishman named Doc. At first, this place appears to be paradise, too be good to be true, but slowly the kids begin to realize that there is something very wrong with everyone. Unbeknownst to their parents, they begin to unravel the secrets of the island and Doc’s true intentions. It’s up to them to rescue the family or be in danger of being trapped on the island…FOREVER!
Newlywed lawyers Clark and Madison Stevens make one more vow on their wedding night – to never have kids! Ever!
Never say “ever”���
Encouraged by their boss’ guarantee to move up the ladder at their firm, they accept an strange offer to test a new �������product” for one of the firm’s biggest clients; Robotech. Excitement turns to dismay and panic when they discover that the product is a seven-year old, human like, robot boy named “Bobby 7.” To make matters worse, the “test drive” must begin immediately, just as they’re about to leave for their Hawaiian Honeymoon!
From special instructions that Bobby isn’t waterproof to bad people from a rival company trying to steal Bobby’s unique technological secrets, Clark and Madison have to fight to keep Bobby safe, and along the way learn what it truly means to be a parent; the joys, the fear, but most importantly the love a child brings.
“Be careful what you wish for…” Three kids growing in a small farming community learn this lesson in a way that not only jeopardizes everything they’ve come to know and love, but their very existence.
A leading gaming company has offered a One Million Dollar prize for whoever can create the “Next Big Game.��� Taking up the challenge our three tech savvy farm kids, knowing money can fix all their problems and starved for a bigger world outside their little community, create “Farmtown,” a virtual game that allows anyone, anywhere to build up their own town, adding anything and everything they’ve ever dreamed of or wanted!
Great on paper, or on screen, but step out onto Main Street and that dream now actually exists… it’s another story altogether. Progress has a way, once out of control, taking on a life of it’s own, making no exceptions for what we hold near and dear. Our heroes, now locked in a real life version of the world they’ve created, must fight to win back control and stop the progress before they, and Farmtown are eliminated altogether.
When a small American community learns that the Government refuses to make a deal with a Mexican drug lord who has kidnapped a teenage girl from their church while on Mission trip to Mexico - in exchange for his own son who sits in a U.S. prison - a mixed bag of men from the congregation take matters into their own hands.
The fractious group includes the town’s reluctant sheriff, the girl’s boyfriend, an Iraqi war vet, a local hunter, and the girl�����s grandfather, a grizzled old man who has long given up on God and the American way. Even though they’re in a real world drug war zone, the sometimes humorous group is never too far from being a poor imitation of Hollywood action heroes.
All the while, the teenage girl, through prayer and her unyielding faith in God, keeps the small group of teens abducted along with her calm, and ultimately aiding in their final escape. Through it all old wounds begin to heal and faith is restored, especially for the girl’s grandfather, the one who has truly been “saved.”