WHO’S IN IT?
Jennifer Garner (Juno), Kylie Rogers (Fathers and Daughters), Martin Henderson (Smokin’ Aces), Eugenio Derbez (Jack and Jill), Queen Latifah (Chicago), Brighton Sharbino (Cheap Thrills), Courtney Fansler (Of Fortune and Gold), Zach Sale (Isolated), Kelly Collins Lintz (We’re The Millers), John Carroll Lynch (Shutter Island), Brandon Spink (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Hannah Alligood (Paper Towns), Wayne Pére (The Big Short), Bruce Altman (Quiz Show), Suehyla El-Attar (Million Dollar Arm)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Patricia Riggen (The 33), director; Randy Brown (Trouble with the Curve), writer; DeVon Franklin (film debut), T.D. Jakes (Heaven Is For Real) and Joe Roth (Alice in Wonderland), producers; Carlo Siliotto (Instructions Not Included), composer; Checco Varese (Girl in Progress), cinematographer; Emma E. Hickox (Rock of Ages), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Ten-year-old girl Anna Beam (Rogers) is suffering from a pseudo-obstruction motility disorder, which eventually leaves her unable to properly eat without feeding tubes for nutrition. Although her mother Christy (Garner) and father Kevin (Henderson) try to search for a medical cure, all seems to be lost for the family – until an accident mysteriously cures her of her illness, which may be the work of divine intervention…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A heart-wrenching family drama for the ages, Miracles from Heaven also works as a solid reaffirmation of the powers of Christianity, which will probably cater only to those of that particular faith (or if you’re just curious to check out a wholly decent movie as a whole).