Have a Little Faith

Have a Little Faith

At age 82, Mitch Albom's former rabbi Albert Lewis wants the famous Detroit sportswriter to give his eulogy when the time comes. Albom makes a visit to his former home town in New Jersey, where Rabbi Lewis has served a congregation for about 50 years. Albom doesn't feel worthy, especially since he is no longer a practicing Jew and, in fact, he has married a Christian (who apparently isn't active either). Nevertheless, Rabbi Lewis says he is the one to do the job, and over the next eight years, Albom makes several visits back home and even attends some Sabbath services, where the good rabbi is determined to continue working and inspiring his flock even as his health declines.

At age 82, Mitch Albom's former rabbi Albert Lewis wants the famous Detroit sportswriter to give his eulogy when the time comes. Albom makes a visit to his former home town in New Jersey, where Rabbi Lewis has served a congregation for about 50 years. Albom doesn't feel worthy, especially since he is no longer a practicing Jew and, in fact, he has married a Christian (who apparently isn't active either). Nevertheless, Rabbi Lewis says he is the one to do the job, and over the next eight years, Albom makes several visits back home and even attends some Sabbath services, where the good rabbi is determined to continue working and inspiring his flock even as his health declines. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David V (gb) wrote: hilarious. apparently gangs of white kids in matching custom leather jackets prowl the streets in the ghettos, looking for minorities to terrorize. racism may be a very real issue, but this film is not even remotely connected to reality.

Vedran S (mx) wrote: Exceedingly materialistic, Seems the director is confusing the series as a generic chick flick? Entertaining and glamorous with little realism to relate to as opposed to the beloved series. Immensely fun and sweet if you can block your vision of reality out of your mind. As much as this show expresses fashion, it went a little over board leaving it materialistic as well superficial.

Katie H (fr) wrote: I really like this one. It was different from the book however the difference weren't bad. It was much better than I thought it would be.

Robert T (es) wrote: really excellent portrayal of a man's struggle with Tourette's & OCD. Beautiful and compelling...but I wouldn't call it a comedy.

Tom R (es) wrote: (3 Stars) Little Giants certainly isn't a bad movie, but we've seen this 90's family sports film before many, many times. Its quarreling brothers storyline (played by Rick Moranis and Ed O'Neill, who are the best parts of the movie) is good and outdoes all the training montages and gags for kids. I wish the focus is on them, because the child characters are really stock. It's doubtful you'll remember them by their names but rather their main attribute ie "the fat kid," "the nerd," "the black kid," "the only girl on the team," and "the outsider all star." It's kind of a palette swap of The Mighty Ducks. I think I like the idea of Little Giants more than its execution, but I had a good enough time watching it.

Cody B (br) wrote: I really, REALLY liked this movie until the last half hour and then it got all boring and stupid. They really could have explored the uncertainty of faith and the characters, but they just turned it into this regular dumb exorcism and happy ending bullshit. My boyfriend argued that it having a happy ending was the twist you usually get with horror movies. I'll allow it, but I won't be happy about it.

David B (de) wrote: Incredible, spellbinding but not-so-true (don't believe the opening credits) thriller magnificently filmed in the Amazon by the visionary John Boorman, with Boorman's son Charley doing a great job in the lead role (his first) and a powerful environmental message way ahead of its time...