Miracles from Heaven is an american drama movie released in 2016 and is based on the book written by Christy Beam, where she recounts the story of her daughter Annabelle who was suffering from a rare disease and how a near death experience cured her.
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I don’t always recommend a movie because most of the time, I disagree with online reviews and feedback from my friends. The movies they want don’t appeal to me. I recommend a movie based on whether or not I’ll watch it again. Like with food, if you’d like to ask me if a food is good or not, ask me if I’ll buy it again. If I do, then it means it’s good.
This movie is a Christian movie but what I liked about it is that it didn’t give an in your face religious treatment. There are so many movies in the same genre where they talk about Jesus and God and they want you to believe in them the same way that these people do. This one is different because it actually happened in real life and it doesn’t force you to believe in what they believe in. It’s a good film to watch with the whole family and I’m sure you’ll appreciate each other more after seeing it. At the end of the day, you can choose your friends but the only ones who will stand by your side when everyone leaves will be your family. And as the great Albert Einstein once said, “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.”
Watch this if you believe or don’t believe in God, if you love your family and you will always be there for them or if you just want to watch a heartwarming story to pass the time.