After discovering an old relic from his elementary school, Will, a high school senior, discovers he can change his past mistakes. An Architect of his life. Will crates the kind of popularity every teenager yearns for. But when his unhappy mom shares regrets of her own, Will is faced with his toughest decision yet.
Time travel involving an elementary school time capsule is a little corny, but it fits into the story of “Always Will” very well. This is a pretty good movie geared toward young teens and sends a great message about living the life that is given to you and making the choice to do the right thing-always. It has a bit of an after-school-special flavor to it but it’s a good watch just the same.
There are a few scenes where high-school kids are kissing, but none of it is graphically passionate. The step-father in the movie is an angry, unloving man who does a lot of yelling and degrading and who has a beer in one scene. Because of these things though, he is a very believable character. “Always Will” is a good movie about the value of friendship and being content with your life and who you are. Because of the small amount of “older” content, Dove approves this movie for ages twelve and above.