I thought this was a touching movie.
I actually teared up at parts of this movie. I can't give it away, but the little girl in the movie, Anna, gets sick, and then receives a miraculous miracle. And this movie shows the mom's struggle as well as a little bit of Anna's and the family's.
I watched this with a friend, who is like a second grandma to me, and she said she would probably buy it. She even teared up, too, during the movie.
But it was a good movie, and it left me full of hope and joy. It made a really good point, in the movie. It was this quote by Albert Einstein.
"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."
Rating: PG (I think this was a perfect rating.)
Cinematography: 4 Stars.
Actors for the parts: I am sort of undecided between 5 or 4 stars, though most were perfect for their parts.
Would I watch it again? Yes.
More than once again? It's possible, though I don't know for sure. Maybe yes, maybe no?
Story Plot: It ran at a good pace. It did make you wonder what happens to the little girl in the end.
Story Speed: Fitting.
Over All Thoughts: It was a good movie, though I tend to like movies with more action. As a movie that goes through what real life can be like, and for being a true story, I think it was made well.
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