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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

A Mile in His Shoes Review and GIVE AWAY!!

It's time for another family movie review!  This time I am reviewing a movie we watched for our Terrell Family Movie Night Revolution.

It's A Mile in His Shoes. 

This is a great family movie that we will watch over and over again.

Here is a little about it:

About Mile in His Shoes:
From the director of "Angels In the Outfield" comes an inspiring story about a special boy with an amazing gift, and the coach who believed. Dean Cain and Luke Schroder star in the gmc movie based on the book "The Legend of Mickey Tussler".

This is a movie that can inspire meaningful conversations.  This is a story of a young man that society tends to either ignore or cast out.  His family has tried to shelter him but soon learns that he has a talent and wants to use it.  He is different from everyone else but with the help of friends, he succeeds just the way he is.  It is a wonderful example of learning to love others even when they are different.

We enjoyed this movie so much.  I recommend it highly to view as a family so you can then talk about the issues in the movie.  There are lots of great discussion topics throughout the movie.

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If you would like to win your own copy of this wonderful movie, leave a comment and tell me about the last dinner time conversation your family had.  I will draw a winner Wed. Feb. 15th.

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1 comment:

Karla said...

Our dinner conversation tonight was all about words and the various meaning they have. Also included in the discussion was the fact that many people now use what used to be viewed as profanity as everyday language.
Pick me- then we'll have other deep topics to discuss!