From my perspective, it is an underrated film and also an undernoticed film.
It narrates the world is full of good and bad, and how we react to them accordingly.
Particularly the main character who was desperate to come out of the bad day and to have some quality time with his son.
It actually stayed neutral on the topics like theism and atheism, which has some influence in the narration, but revolved carefully around the social and other issues.
So that makes there are more things to care about than fighting for nonsenses.
Writer and Director Bob Nelson and Bill Nye were cast members on the Seattle comedy show "Almost Live!
" There is also a poster of Bill Nye in Anthony's room, next to one of Albert Einstein.In fact, it is one of the best films of the year among the PG13 ratings.A drama about a divorced freelance carpenter who babysits his son on a weekend, adventuring the city while preparing for his work on the Monday.When someone stole his tools, they both go after to look who took it and that takes the whole film to cover with some other small events on the side. You can compare it to films like ' The Pursuit of Happiness', but it had its own way dealing with the story contents.This is not a comedy, but slightly it is fun, as well as inspiring.It was a quite interesting take, and in the current world scenario, this is a wonderful theme for a film which also has high entertainment value."Well, I don't know what kind of trouble he can get in in a day."I don't know the Christian commandment (or any religious's equivalent) that referred in it, especially the meaning of the title, but according to the writer, he wanted to tell what happens if a good behaving young boy breaks all the rule in just one day.