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How do we explain the impossible?Mar. 17, 2016USA119 Min.PG

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Christy Beam
Anna Beam
Kevin Beam
Abby Beam
Adelynn Beam
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Dr. Nurko
Emmy
Pastor Scott
Billy

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A faith based movie. A young girl suffering from a rare digestive disorder finds herself miraculously cured after surviving a terrible accident. Based on the book ‘Three Miracles From Heaven’ by Christy Beam.

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  • You can't endear when you're subtly insulting, and Miracles From Heaven's otherwise good intentions are lost in its confusing mix of uplifting spirituality and judgment.
  • Arizona Republic

    3/17/2016 by Barbara VanDenburgh

    It is a movie by believers, about believers, for believers, to the exclusion of all else, custom-tailored for private church-group showings.
  • Riggen has no shame when it comes to jerking the tears, and sometimes her manipulations work even on the hardest of hearts... One thing she should probably work on is the comedy.
  • It's a good Christian film that plays to its audience and preaches the importance of neighborly values.
  • The question is never what will happen to 10-year-old Anna (Kylie Rogers), who suffers a bloated belly and chronic pain. The only issue is how long she, and the audience, will have to wait to find out.
  • Miracles from Heaven wrings this story for everything it's worth, and is ultimately saved from mawkishness by the utter believability of Garner's performance as a mother who would do anything to save her daughter.
  • Miracles From Heaven occasionally wags a told-you-so finger at nonbelievers. But in a genre that tends to hector and bludgeon, that's some kind of improvement.
  • This is not a film, at least as most filmmakers and audiences imagine the form. This is proselytizing, pure and simple.
  • The sweet sincerity of Miracles From Heaven makes it hard to dislike.
  • Riggen effectively creates a sense of how intimidating hospitals and medical procedures are for a child, often shooting from Anna's perspective. The emphasis on Anna and Christy's experience of these trials is a smart choice.
  • I constantly had the sense I was witnessing a formulaic Hallmark Channel-type approach that really did not elevate this genre in any new ways.
  • The emotional and spiritual core of this movie doesn't rest solely with the big miracle. The most important theme is rooted in the premise that everyday miracles surround us, if only we pay attention. That's an appealing message to people of all faiths.
  • Stories that lead inextricably toward divine intervention don't have a lot of options other than killing time.
  • The harrowing medical crisis that drives the family story gives it the nonreligious urgency to preach beyond the choir. So too does Jennifer Garner's down-to-earth lead performance.
  • Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com

    3/16/2016 by Maricar Estrella

    The film adaptation tells the true-life tale of the Beams with such intensity and urgency that a box of tissues may not be enough to keep up with the water works.
  • Bring tissues.
  • Philadelphia Inquirer

    3/16/2016 by Tirdad Derakhshani

    The film is surprisingly likable, if entirely predictable.
  • The course of 'Miracles From Heaven' is never in doubt. When Garner as Beam intones in the opening voiceover questions of where miracles come from, the film's title has already stated the answer.
  • If there are miracles everywhere we look, who wants to waste time on a movie this middling?
  • Whether the actresses believe the girl's story, I can't say. But they know how to act as though they do.