The Way Home

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Overview

Inspired by a true story, director Lance W. Dreesen's inspirational family drama tells the tale of a couple who are forced to endure a parent's worst nightmare when their two year old son vanishes without a trace. Much to the dismay of his wife Christal (Lori Beth Edgeman), Randy Simpkins (Dean Cain) always seemed more interested with work than family. One day, while watching their son Joe play in the front yard, Randy becomes momentarily distracted with work, and turns around to see that his son has simply ...
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Overview

Inspired by a true story, director Lance W. Dreesen's inspirational family drama tells the tale of a couple who are forced to endure a parent's worst nightmare when their two year old son vanishes without a trace. Much to the dismay of his wife Christal (Lori Beth Edgeman), Randy Simpkins (Dean Cain) always seemed more interested with work than family. One day, while watching their son Joe play in the front yard, Randy becomes momentarily distracted with work, and turns around to see that his son has simply disappeared. Frantic, the couple launches a comprehensive search for Joe, and the community quickly rallies around to help. With each moment Joe remains missing, Randy and Christal's marriage, as well as their faith, are put to the ultimate test.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary with writer/director Lance W. Dreesen; "The Way Home: The Inspirational True Story" making-of featurette; Counterparts: A conversation between cast and character
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2010
  • UPC: 031398124528
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 37,406

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dean Cain
Lori Beth Edgeman
Sonny Shroyer
Tom Nowicki
Brett Rice
Technical Credits
Lance W. Dreesen Director, Editor, Producer, Screenwriter
Shay Bentley-Griffin Co-producer
Ken Blakey Cinematographer
Deborah Croswell Production Designer
Clint Hutchison Producer
Ron Milestone Editor
Deane Ogden Score Composer
Randy Simpkins Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Way Home
1. Joe Goes Missing [7:15]
2. Searching [9:30]
3. I Need You Here [7:11]
4. Team Briefing [6:30]
5. Don't Take My Son [11:09]
6. Better Get Over There [5:37]
7. Joining the Search [9:08]
8. Reliving the Past [6:40]
9. Any News Yet? [6:02]
10. Something Wrong [6:09]
11. The Way Home [9:13]
12. End Credits [5:45]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Way Home
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      Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
      Audio: English 2.0 Dolby Digital
      Audio Commentary With Writer/Director Lance W. Dreesen
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
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   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      The Way Home: The Inspirational True Story
      Counterparts: A Conversation Between Cast & Character
      Also From Lionsgate
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted August 2, 2013

    I loved this movie and think that every parent or aunt or uncle

    I loved this movie and think that every parent or aunt or uncle should watch it.

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  • Posted November 19, 2010

    Prepare to Be Inspired

    This is the first time that I'm writing a review for a DVD movie. I'm blessed to have watched this touching and inspiring movie, The Way Home. Starring Dean Cain (Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) leads the cast in this new movie production by Lionsgate.

    The Way Home is the story about a two-year old boy who vanished from his home one day. After a desperate search by Randy Simpkins, the father and his wife, he decides to call 911 and report it. As they search for their little boy, other family issues come to the forefront. Most important of which is Randy's lack of time for his family due to his work. Randy is totally absorbed with work and church that his wife complains that he's not working on what really matters most.

    As the search continues, friends, families and other people that they barely knew volunteer their own time and resources to help in the search. Will they find the little boy in time or will they lose him? Their faith in God is tested as every hour passes by and they still can't find their little Joe.

    Our whole family watched this DVD and it really touched our hearts. This is the true story of Randy Simpkins and his family that happened twelve years ago. It was a time when the community came together for a common goal. It was also a crucial time for Randy Simpkins to finally make a decision of what matters most in life.

    We like the movie for its Christian message, family values and community support. I found the movie editing to be lacking at times, but it's worth buying for the message that it tells us.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this DVD free from Booksneeze as part of their Book Review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted November 18, 2010

    Good, not Great

    This movie is based on a true story about a father whose two-year-old son goes missing when his father becomes distracted. Throughout the search, the community supports the father and mother.

    This is a good, but not a great, movie. It helped to know it was based on a true story. For me, who has no children, it was a good reminder of what's really important in life and how many people will come to your aid when you're tested.

    The movie moves at a good pace and draws you into the story. It's worth watching.

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  • Posted November 18, 2010

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    A moive all parents should watch

    A missing child. A family in crisis. A faith tested. In their darkest hour, God gives hope.
    Dean Cain stars as Randy Simpkins, a husband and father torn between the demands of his job and family. Asked by his wife to watch their two-year-old son, Joe, for a few minutes, he becomes distracted by work. When he returns, Joe is gone. He and his wife search desperately for their missing son through the vast countryside. But as their fear grows, the community responds - hundreds of supporters uniting behind the family in a powerful spiritual journey that will test the couple's love and faith, and forever change a community.


    This was a heartwarming film that I believe all should watch. Not only did it deal with the testing the bounds of your faith it deals with reclaiming what you have lost. It was truly moving.

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  • Posted November 16, 2010

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    Family Friendly

    In "The Way Home," a DVD published by Lionsgate, a father is tasked to watch his two-year-old son while packing the van for family vacation. He becomes distracted and returns to find his son missing. He and his wife frantically search the area for sign of their son. As they are tested by this difficult circumstance an outstanding amount of support is shown by their community.
    This is definitely an acceptable movie for family night. However, the plot seems more promising of a good story than it is. I watched it with my sister and we both felt the same way; the movie was good but it wasn't great. I was actually shocked to find out that the movie was a true story, simply because the writing didn't seem very realistic. Some of the characters reactions and verbal responses seemed like they were just "the right things" to say if you're a Christian in this circumstance rather than "the real things" you do and say as a Christian who is walking with God through a difficult situation. I really wish I could say this movie was better; I was looking so forward to watching it. While it would not be a waste of your time to watch it, I wouldn't put it at the top of your list.

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  • Posted November 15, 2010

    An incredible movie based on a true story!

    The Way Home was a pretty good family movie. My parents and younger brohter enjoyed watching it together. The acting was pretty good especially since many of the actors were unknowns. Except the actress who played the mother, Christal, her acting was pretty horrific and her voice annoyed me to the bone! I would definitely recommend this movie to everyone especially people with young kids! Its an ispirational story that most certainly will open your eyes about watching your children properly. So check it out if you get the chance you will not regret it! I was given a complimentary copy of this DVD in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted October 28, 2010

    The Way Home--A review

    Not a lot of phrases these days have the ability to produce extreme reactions in people like "Christian movie".

    Think about it: when you read it just now, you either cringed at the memory of past experiences watching lame stories with terrible dialog, or perhaps the phrase filled your heart with warm fuzzies. The former reaction is likely if you saw atrocities like "The Omega Code", and the latter is true for you if you forgave the substandard acting in "Fireproof" or "Facing the Giants" because you agreed with the message.

    The good news is, the quality of the post-"Facing the Giants" movies aimed for a primarily Christian audience has been steadily, though slowly, improving. It's not quite up to Hollywood standards yet, but it's getting better.

    A recent entry into this field, The Way Home, was recently provided to me for review purposes. The only "stars" are Dean Cain, formerly Superman on ABC's Lois and Clark series, and, in a small but significant role, the guy who played Cletus from "The Dukes of Hazzard."

    Despite the lack of A-list actors, and the predictable ending, The Way Home turned out to be pretty good. It won't be an Oscar contender, but it was worth my while.


    The story, in a nutshell, is that a family is packing for a vacation, and the toddler takes advantage of his father's momentary inattention and disappears. The police are called, and a search team is formed to comb through the woods near the house.

    Particularly uplifting are the various ways in which the community comes together and supports the family, prays for them, and helps in the search. Yes, the ending was a little too warm and fuzzy, but it is a true story, after all.

    As much as anything else, The Way Home resembles one of the better episodes of "Touched By an Angel": emotional, heart-warming, and button-pushing. I give it a solid B-.

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  • Posted October 24, 2010

    A typical Christian film

    Dean Cain (who's fallen from Superman to ordinary guy), stars as Randy Simpkins in The Way Home, the latest in a long line of Christian/inspirational films.

    Randy spends too much time at the office and not enough time with his wife or kids. His wife, Christal, makes this clear from the start. Randy's a nice guy - you can tell by his gentle southern accent, his non-offensive plaid shirts and perfectly styled hair - his priorities are just not in the right place. As the family finishing packing to go on a much needed vacation, their son Joe vanishes. The rest of the film details the search for Joe and the emotional turmoil his disappearance places on Randy and Christal.

    The Bad: As someone who's studied film, I know there's a lot that could be made better in The Way Home. Unfortunately, it has all the common problems that plague Christian cinema. The production values are low - it looks like a TV-movie. The script is predictable and preachy. The characters are flat and cliched.

    The Good: Dean Cain isn't bad to look at, even though he's a little heartier around the waist than he was in Superman. It's a true story, so there's something to be said for the reality of it. It's the kind of movie you can show your kids and not have to worry about them seeing anything bad.

    The Bottom Line: If you're not a freakish film critic like me, you will likely find this standard but enjoyable. It has a happy ending - and my guess is it would be more emotionally compelling for a parent. So, if you're a Christian parent, give it a look.

    Full disclosure: Thomas Nelson provided me with a free review copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. I was not required to give a positive review.

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  • Posted October 18, 2010

    Highly Recommended

    "The Way Home" I highly recommend this movie, it's rated PG. But it truly is a family oriented film. It is based on a true story of a family who son has gone missing. It is a winner of the Pearl Award from the International Family Film Festival and has been family approved. I really thought this movie was well done. It seemed very short, only 91 minutes, but it was a good film. I cried! It makes you stop and think what is really important in life. If you need a great movie, to lift your spirits this is the film for you.

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  • Posted October 17, 2010

    Inspiring True Story

    This is the first DVD selection that I have reviewed from Thomas Nelson. I must say that I am a bit jaded when it comes to many Christian movies...either the acting is poor, the script is somewhat stilted or

    The Way Home is inspired by the true story of Randy and Christal Simpkins and the loss of their 2-year-old son.

    Dean Cain stars as Randy Simpkins, a husband and father torn between the demands of his job and family. Asked by his wife to watch their two-year-old son, Joe, for a few minutes, he becomes distracted by work. When he returns, Joe is gone. He and his wife search desperately for their missing son through the vast countryside. But as their fear grows, the community responds - hundreds of supporters uniting behind the family in a powerful spiritual journey that will test the couple's love and faith, and forever change a community.

    That is the story in a nutshell...I won't reveal anymore as it is a truly inspiring story especially since it is true. This is what the cover of the movie says:

    A missing child. A family in crisis. A faith tested. In their darkest hour, God gives hope.



    If I were to give a thumbs up or down rating, I would give a thumbs up for the true story and a thumb sideways for the acting and the writing. After all, I did need a kleenex at the end, so it was moving story.

    I also enjoyed the special features for the movie with the real life couple and the actors.

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  • Posted October 17, 2010

    A Parent's Nightmare

    Last night, I watched the movie The Way Home, starring Dean Cain. I still think of him as Superman. *swoon*


    Based on a true story, it tells the story of Randy and Christal Simpkins. As they are getting ready to leave for vacation, Christal confronts her husband about spending more time with work than with his family. Supposed to keep an eye on their two year-old, Joe, Randy goes inside the house for just a minute to check his work emails. When the couple goes back outside, Joe is nowhere to be found.


    As their search continues and Joe still cannot be found, hundreds of people from the community show up to help search. The movie tells their story of their faith and leads Randy to see what is really important.


    I was a little uncomfortable watching this movie. Because it's one of my worst nightmares to have my children disappear.


    However, it was inspiring to see the community all come together and pray for their child to be found.


    On a night when there wasn't anything on tv, it filled the time. But, it is not a dvd that I will bring out again and again.

    I received this dvd for free from the BookSneeze bloggers program.

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  • Posted October 13, 2010

    good clean movie

    Starring Dean Cain this true story allows you to follow the day in the life of the Simpkin's family, as they search for their missing son. The family leaving on a much needed family vacation find that their child Little Joe has gone missing.

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    Quickly, search teams are organized along with amazing support from their community. Surrounded by forest, fields, and farm land, they are given a huge task of finding this small two year old. Along the way we are allowed access to the raw and helpless feelings of the family. Filmed in more of a documentary style, you feel almost as if you are watching the search as it really happened.

    *

    Weaved through the story is another story of long past lost. That has a way to redeem and heal. I won't say what exactly happens, as not to spoil anything too terribly much.

    *

    In the end the father's heart is changed. Changed toward God, and changed toward community. A week after the search ended Mr. Simpkin found ways to dedicate his life to his family and community.

    *

    Make sure that you watch all the way through the credits so that you can get a glimpse of the actual Simpkin's family as they are today. Joe is now 11 and was able to be on set while filming.

    *

    Two year olds are just down right adorable no matter who they are, but the little one playing 2 year old Joe is so perfect for this role.

    *

    If you are looking for a clean, family movie, go a head and rent or buy this movie. My friends father says if there is a dog or a horse in a movie then it has to be good. This movie has a dog, so if you can go by my friends dad, this this one is for you!

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  • Posted October 12, 2010

    Just okay

    I usually review books for Thomas Nelson, but this time they gave me a DVD to review. The Way Home starring Dean Cain, is the story of a family in crisis. When Randy Simpkin's son, Joe, disappears from his driveway right before a vacation, the family fears the worst. As the whole town bands together to search for the lost 3 year old, help comes from unexpected sources, and more than one person learns a valuable lesson about family. The whole ordeal not only tests Randy's marriage, but it makes him realize the most important things in life: his faith and family.
    I've seen very few Christian movies that I would consider "good". The themes are always sound and the stories are heartwarming, but there are usually a considerable amount of sappy, cliched scenes that don't seem to match up with reality. This movie was not an exception. The moral of the story was great, and it was a wholesome family film that reminds you of the important things in life, but it won't be winning any academy awards anytime soon. Cain is average in this film as is the rest of the cast. If you are looking for a short feel good film, you might pick up this one, but don't expect anything profound.

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  • Posted October 9, 2010

    The Way Home, a must see movie for the whole family!

    When I received the opportunity to preview The Way Home I was absolutely thrilled. This is my kind of movie, not just based on actual facts but a compelling true story! There is a fine line between providing for and finding time to commit to your family. Randy Simpkins is such a father and preoccupied by work demands, he fails to notice 2 year old Joe is no longer playing in the driveway whilst the car is being loaded for holiday. As the movie unfold, Randy and his wife Christal search for their missing son alongside their family, members of their community and their church. This is a wonderful story of of a spiritual journey back to God's love, faith and understanding of the priorities in a father's life. This movie was produced with the cooperation of the whole Simpkins' family and actually filmed at their home. The actors were carefully chosen for their beliefs as well as their acting. Dean Cain's performance was at its best! This is a powerful movie all parents should see and I will gladly recommend it to anyone! I gave it a 5 stars! Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their Blogger Review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  • Posted October 8, 2010

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    Sadly Sweet

    A missing child. A family in crisis. A faith tested. In their darkest hour, God gives hope.
    Dean Cain stars as Randy Simpkins, a husband and father torn between the demands of his job and family. Asked by his wife to watch their two-year-old son, Joe, for a few minutes, he becomes distracted by work. When he returns, Joe is gone. He and his wife search desperately for their missing son through the vast countryside. But as their fear grows, the community responds - hundreds of supporters uniting behind the family in a powerful spiritual journey that will test the couple's love and faith, and forever change a community.

    I sat down to watch this movie with a warm blanket and a quiet house. It was a sadly sweet story that you'll have to watch for yourself cuse I won't give the ending away..lol..Check it out at the library or grab it at your local Christian store.

    This DVD was provided to me for Review, opinions are my own.

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  • Posted October 8, 2010

    Great Family Movie

    This was a very very good movie! Very inspiring and showed me that your church family or any church family will help you in your time of need. This movie was based on a true story. Randy Simpkins, a husband and father torn between the demands of his job and commitment to his family. Asked by his wife Christal to watch their two-year-old son Joe for a few minutes, Randy is distracted by work and Joe disappears. Racked by guilt, Randy joins Christal in a desperate search for their missing son alongside hundreds of others from their church and community. Randy and Christal's strained marriage must now weather the ultimate test-the potential loss of a child. THE WAY HOME is the story of Randy's powerful spiritual journey back to love, faith and a Godly understanding of what must always take first priority in a man's life-his family. I loved that this movie was a movie that the whole family could enjoy.

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  • Posted October 7, 2010

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    A Truly Inspirational Story

    Dean Cain stars in this touching film as Randy Simpkins, a husband and father who is having a hard time balancing time at the office with time with his family. Just before heading out for a vacation with the purpose of spending quality time with his kids and wife, a tragedy occurs. Randy's wife, Christal, requests that Randy watch their youngest child, Joe, for a few minutes while she picks up some last minute things from the house, but when Randy turns his back for a few moments and checks his email, Joe disappears without a trace.
    Unable to find their son anywhere, the Simpkins slowly go from concern to panic. Rescue men and their local neighbors begin to help them in their search and before they know it the entire community is there to hep them find their missing 2 year old. Faith is tested in ways no one could have ever imagined, and community pulls together to help in the crisis.

    This movie easily received a 4 star rating. It was captivating, heart renching, and all around an enjoyable film to watch. It was very neat to watch a community pull together so selflessly to help find the missing child. You wouldn't naturally expect that. It was very inspiring.
    I would encourage the purchase od this movie. It was VERY good and entertaining! You will not regret watching this movie!

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  • Posted October 4, 2010

    highly recommended for fathers

    A parents worst nightmare..... and a mans life changed!!!! The way home i a true account of Randy Simpkins when his 2yr old son Joe goes missing. as a father myself i injected myself into the story.. the emotions that are brought about by this movie, shakes the very foundations of a father. Randy(Dean Cain) is a work first man. then loses his son and realizes the important things in life.... God and family. shows the awesome power of Gods provision... neighbors, friends, churches and emergency personal all search for this boy for about 6hrs (movie time), no one gives up hope or dependency on God. beautiful movie and a must see for any christian family, and especially parents and fathers specifically... bring us back to whats important.


    (this movie was and advanced copy given by Thomas nelson company for an honest review)

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  • Posted October 2, 2010

    Must See

    I recently had the opportunity to review the DVD, The Way Home. This movie is based on a true story, a powerful one at that. Starring the oh-so-famous, Dean Cain, as Randy Simpkins, a man with a tedious job and a beautiful family that he cannot seem to put first in his life. This story is one that will have you in tears about half way through. It's a story of pain, fear, hope and love. Randy's wife Christal calls him home from work to help pack for a vacation and when he arrives she asks him to watch him for a few moments. Randy leaves little Joe in their front yard and becomes distracted by work, when he returns, Joe is gone. This is an amazing and truly inspiring story that everyone should see!
    I received this DVD courtesy of Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for a review of my choice. I was in no way forced to provide a good or bad review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2010

    My Whole Family Loved It

    From Thomas Nelson, I received a copy of THE WAY HOME, a movie based on an inspirational true story. Five minutes into the movie, it easily became the best movie my family and I have seen in months. My dad rated it a 9.75. The story centers on Randy Simpkins, a man who concentrates too much on work. His wife is upset with him for not caring enough about his family, and insists they take a vacation. While packing the van, Randy goes into the house to check his work emails and leaves his two-year-old son, Joe, playing in the driveway. When he comes back outside, Joe is gone. What ensues is a desperate search by the whole neighborhood. Many people pray with Randy and his wife, others start prayer circles in towns across Georgia, and the rest of the community heads off to search with rescue teams. An older man named Ed Walker joins the search, although he has heart trouble, with his son. They break away from their team and travel to a spot known as the "four-corners," an area of the woods where four one-hundred acre farms meet. Ed played there often as a child, and feels compelled to search for Joe in the area. As night falls, Ed spots Joe's dog, Cleo.and there nearby is Joe. The movie brings to life how quick a tragedy can happen, and how relying on God can help everything to work out well in the end. Dean Cain, who plays Randy, brings across great emotion. The woman who played his wife, however, could have seemed more upset.

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