When an idealistic romantic gets fired from his day job, he is offered a "one-time gig" to break up a girl's relationship for her disapproving parents. This "one-time" gig spreads through ... See full summary »
A widower who loses custody of his daughter finds himself unable to hold down a job. He agrees to drive a truck across the country, no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering, he is faced with a life-changing choice.
Bianca A. Santos,
In a small town going through tough economic times, business owner Matthew Peyton (Ryan O'Quinn) struggles between his desire for financial success and the responsibility of funding the annual Christmas pageant. Desperate business decisions ruin his popularity and angry employees seek their revenge. When Matthew meets Clarence (Isaac Ryan Brown), a joyful boy who believes in miracles, he must make a choice: do what's best for himself or give faith a chance by opening his heart to help his community. Written by
Great movie for Believers and Non believers, for Family with older children about 11
Great acting, Great Message about taking care of those that are struggling and hurting. The Young Kid Steals the show. He is such a good actor. Jokes were great, not overly preach like a lot of Christian movies. The bad guys were good in it. Was not hokey but very moving and touching. I thought it was so good this is my first review on this site. Check it out, you will, laugh, you might even cry, The young kid and the main actor have some very emotional scenes. I GIVE IT A 10. Go See it. Such good movies like this don't come out enough in the movie theater. We in America need more touching movies, with Heart and caring about our neighbors. This type of movie is great.
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