Where the Miracle Happens

Where the Miracle Happens

Pimdao, a successful real estate developer and businesswoman, is injured in an accident that kills her beloved daughter at a time when the two are estranged. After the accident, Pimdao decides to take her daughter's place as a volunteer at an impoverished rural school in Chiang Rai, keeping her identity a secret. In the end, Pimdao, played by Princess Ubol Ratana herself, realizes that real happiness doesn't come from external events but lies in the heart.

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Where the Miracle Happens torrent reviews

Tiger W (de) wrote: Dumb. Another show where they are trying to role reverse by giving the woman male lines and attitude. Lame.

Laura M (it) wrote: Maybe more like a 6.25. It was exactly what I expected it to be

Carla F (de) wrote: This is a great movie. It is one of the movies you can put on and just be blessed. It is a emotional movie that teaches you about your spiritual gifts and family. Mama, I want to sing will not win an Oscar but it wins with me. This movie will re-open your eyes to believing in yourself and your spiritual gifts that GOD has given you. You will walk away a better person. Ephesians 4:1 is a good scripture to enhance this movie. Confirmation movie for me..I give it 5 stars just for the message..

Nicola T (ag) wrote: Best installment in the Undisptued series. Great coreography and thrilling fights especially from 'Boyka', played by Scott Adkins.

wedstarfish 8 (ru) wrote: Saw II is the sequel to the first grisly installment in the torture porn series, and I have to say I'm very impressed. This sequel surpassed the first film by a long shot, presenting you shocking but entertaining content. When the series continues, trust me, it gets pretty bad, but this is by far the best in the series. This one is just so unique and very clever. Even though it can get very violent at times, it's a pretty good film, especially considering it's a sequel.

Marlon B (it) wrote: Wow. Uhhu. <3 Julianne Moore

Kevin P (us) wrote: It's a shame that "professional critics" lose site of what the movie has to offer. It may not fit the criteria of a textbook movie, but I can say, unequivocally, for anyone who was into metal and hair bands in the late 70's and early 80's will get out of it what was intended. The movie has a phenomenal soundtrack with music written for the movie by some of the greats of the genre as well as classic music of the time. Anyone entering into the movie with the intention of picking it apart will have ample opportunity, but it wasn't written for them. Anyone who is a fan of metal, will relate to the story of the small garage band star making it big as front man (or woman) with great music to more than support the story. The soundtrack itself is worth buying. Very well done and though the movie is touted as the story of Judas Priest, only the Priest knows what went on behind the scenes. Just watch it on it's own merits and enjoy some great rock and roll.

Nurul L (br) wrote: Among the first Hindi movies I watched in a very old fashioned cinema in my village. I still remember how amazed I was by the songs, casts, story and everything this movie could offer. Definitely an evergreen from India.

Edgar C (de) wrote: Visconti's brutally tragic romance seen through the elegant scope of 19th-century Venice, an emotion-driven roller coaster of irrational reactions fragmented into little pieces of lust, love, tears and treason. Suddenly, the scope maximizes and the imminent social conflict, Italy's struggle for liberation (which was used during the first half of the movie merely as a background), explodes and sends our doomed protagonists into destinies forged by a mastermind of Greek tragedies. Gorgeous! 99/100

Bradley N (es) wrote: Better than that other Suicide Squad movie and having Kevin return as Batman is a must.

Alex S (br) wrote: Being John Malkovich has to be one of the most original ideas in cinema history. Charlie Kaufman's script is humorous and witty, with a sense of satire that is as self-aware as it is smart. With stataements being made on the nature of celebrities and egos within the industry, Spike Jonze's introspective masterpiece is even more relevant in the modern day than the time it was released.

Russell H (ru) wrote: actually rather entertaining. I mean, it's a little stupid but the cast was great.