That criticism aside, Mammoth turns into a pretty good story about family life. Not all of us can relate to having a foreign, live-in nanny, but surely we can all stop and think about how much time we spend with our kids. And not all of us are flying overseas for multi-million dollar investment capital talks, but we can all stop and think about how our business life affects our family life. Thankfully, we, in the U.S., don't typically have to relocate halfway around the world, leaving our kids behind with relatives, while we struggle to earn money to send home so our family can have a decent life, but we can stop and think about what sacrifices we make for our families.
|The perfect, not-so-perfect family.|
Bottom line, 3 stars.