Suitable for any age.
Video Release: 10/16/2012
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
Writer: Joseph Nasser
Producer: Jack Nasser, Thomas Kinkade, Danny Webber, Tara Co
Director: Terry Ingram
Runtime: 92 min.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Allison Hossack, Aaron Pearl, Dan Payne, George Canyon
The beloved "Painter of Light" Thomas Kinkade presents the heartwarming drama Christmas Miracle. Due to an unforeseen road closure, eight strangers are forced to take refuge in an abandoned church during a snowstorm. During their time together, they learn from one another how to manage through various personal dilemmas, and that despite their differences, through working together, they can make even the most unlikely miracles happen. This uplifting holiday story shows the real meaning of the season - kindness, understanding and love.
Here is a Christmas movie that just might become a classic! It is that good and, fortunately, wholesome for the entire family.
During a snow storm a road is closed and eight strangers are forced to find shelter together in an abandoned church. They learn from one another such things as what to do when a marriage is in trouble by loving each other despite hardships, and a man with dyslexia is inspired to try one more time to get his medical license. These and other shining examples are what make this a "feel good" movie for Christmas and any old time!
We are pleased to recommend this movie and to award it our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages. This movie just might inspire you to believe for a miracle the next time you need one!
Sex: Kissing between married couples.
Language: G/OMG-2; Geez-1
Violence: A light car crash but no one is hurt; a woman falls from a car and sprains her ankle
Drugs: A man gets ready to give a woman an insulin shot.
Other: Talk of a divorce; a little boy accidentally breaks a vase; a man's wife dies in childbirth and we see his grief; a boy wanders in the woods during the blizzard and is lost but he is eventually all right.