A Season for Miracles
A miracle occurs for a homeless family consisting of two wayward children and their protective aunt with the help of an angel. When a young woman's niece and nephew are threatened with foster care after her sister is hospitalized following yet another overdose, she flees with them until they land in the sleepy town of Bethlehem just before Christmas and a series of kindnesses and coincidences gives the trio a chance at happiness.
- Stars:Carla Gugino, Kathy Baker, David Conrad, Laura Dern, Patty Duke, Lynn Redgrave, Mary Fogarty, Faith Prince, Evan Sabara, Mae Whitman, Mary Louise Wilson, Kurt Deutsch, Scott Sowers, Paul Collins, Gail Grate,
- Director:Michael Pressman,
- Writer:Marilyn Pappano (novel), Maria Nation (teleplay)
A woman (Carla Gugino) tries to save her sister's (Laura Dern) children from foster care by taking them to a small town where she is mistaken for a missing heiress. One coincidence after another gives the struggling family a chance at happiness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Season for Miracles torrent reviews
(it) wrote: This movie is very deep. I love it!!! my all time fav. 2003
(it) wrote: amazing! I wish I could find the dvd for sale!
(mx) wrote: Well now that it's Winter/Christmas time again, I decided to watch a film that I went to see in theaters with my siblings and aunt and uncle when I was a kid. I particularly remember this one because of how it had all these TV spots that were played all the time whenever my siblings and I watched our Saturday cartoons back then. So here's my review for Snow Day. Plot: Hal is a high schooler who dreams of winning the heart of the popular girl from school, Bonnie who has recently broken up with her boyfriend Chad, while his best friend Lane is in love with him. Meanwhile, his sister Natalie is wishing for a snow day despite the fact that it looks like it won't happen. But then their father Tom, who is a meteorologist in rival with the popular meteorologist from the other news station, discovers that it's going to snow overnight. Sure enough, it snows very hard with all schools closed and everyone is out to enjoy their day off. But they all face problems throughout their snow day as the rival meteorologist takes the credit for discovering the snow, every guy along with Hal tries to win Bonnie's heart, and the evil Snowplow man tries to ruin Natalie and her friends' snow day. Yeah. This is a movie that was meant just for kids. It has a number of cliches, the characters are unoriginal, and the acting - most notably from the teenage characters - was weak and the jokes you are most likely to enjoy if you're a kid...maybe not even then. At best, you might like some of the cute moments it has on how it's structured to kids like with how Natalie and her friends have that igloo with the tv and all that, and with their little war against the snowplow man, but at the end of the day, this is a very goofy yet bad film that was meant for kids and is much more enjoyable if your a kid or a kid at heart in some aspect that works with you watching this film.
(jp) wrote: i loved the case and the message it gives. this movie is special when we look from this view i loved acting and SRK was so great in this movie.. this is a huge plus =DD
(de) wrote: Long, drawn out and over acted. not worth its rating. Barely any real sci fi, give me equilibrium anyday
(nl) wrote: A decent TV movie but not as good as Bram Stokers Dracula.
(mx) wrote: An improvement on the original, but still a William Lustig movie: competent, quick paced, kind of fun, but NOT inventive.
(es) wrote: I forgot how totally awesome this movie was. I thought this was a great all around movie with superb writing, great performances, and it was also incredibly suspenceful.
(ag) wrote: Blade's awesomeness is what made the movie great! Kick-ass battles all the way! A few flaws but still awesome!
(ag) wrote: The 2003 film "Whale Rider" starring Keisha Castle-Hughes in her first film, tells the story of a 12-year-old girl as she dreams and works her way to becoming the chief of her people, a small group of Maori in New Zealand. Despite her grandfather's objections, she can prove herself to not only the tribe but to her grandfather as well, that she is fit to be chief. Though the film does follow traditional coming-of-age conventions, what makes this story different from what we have seen before is the intensity behind Castle-Hughes's performance. The road to chiefdom is not an easy one for Castle-Hughes's character Pai. Her grandfather is the chief of their tribe, and her absentee father is next in line for the title, but he chooses not to take his place. This leaves Pai's grandfather Koro to search among the tribe's teenaged boys for a suitable leader. Pai, though only a girl believes she can be that leader, her grandfather refuses to see that, the main argument against is that she is only just a girl. And while story convention dictates how this narrative should follow, the expected being that the girl can convince her grandfather that she is capable of being chief, the story takes a different route. In one crucial moment of the film, during a school assembly for the town, Pai recites an essay about honor and her love for her grandfather, even saving a seat of honor for her grandfather, but he does not show. This is where the film takes a turn to a more spiritual take on the Maori people. Throughout the movie, we are treated to an inside look at the practices and traditions of the modern Maori people, how the worship and how they live. The processes Koro takes to find a strong leader, as well as how the community rises to take care of each other. It is when Koro does not show up to the school assembly that we that is was not his anger that kept him from hearing and seeing his granddaughter, but something greater than all the people of the tribe. Without spoiling the film's ending, the last act of the movie can demonstrate to the audience that even in a modern world, there is still room for traditions and spirituality to help bring people together in an inspiring and magnificent event.