Does this movie remind anyone else...
Of that Johnny Cash song, "One Piece at a Time?"
After all, both are about an ordinary guy with a dream, who built it with their own two hands and made it work!
Beyond that, it was a really enjoyable film. The message was good, the family scenes were refreshingly un-irritating, there were a few nice shots at the inefficiency of government and Billy Bob Thornton is just one of those actors who always plays someone you can't help but like (even in Charles Farmer's not-so-mature moments).