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First let me say, I have really been enjoying the fact that there seems to be a lot more decent family films out there these days. Finally! For a while there it was almost impossible to find a movie that I could watch with my family without feeling I was compromising my faith. Well, A Mile in His Shoe is yet another great movie!
I love being able to share these great finds with you, but I have to admit, I kinda hate writing the reviews because I am the kind of person who really doesn't like to know a whole lot about a movie before I see it. Ever see a trailer that is like a mini version of the movie? I hate that! LOL So, I find it hard to write a review without giving too much away. LOL So, I'll just give you a little hint about what the movie is about. :)
From the director of Angels in the Outfield, this new movie, A Mile in His Shoes stars Dean Cain and Luke Schroder (son of Ricky Schroder) and is about a semi-professional baseball coach named Arthur Murphy (Murph) who accidentally stumbles across a young man named Mickey who is a naturally gifted pitcher. The only glitch is that Mickey has Asperger's Syndrome (a form of autism) and is the son of very protective parents who are reluctant to allow Mickey to play ball. When they finally give in, Mickey learns about a whole new world that exists outside his farm, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Yes, it's a baseball movie, but it's more of a movie about learning to love, reach out, and take chances. It's also about forgiveness.
I watched this film with my daughter and we both really enjoyed it. It had a great message, but wasn't overtly preachy. I'd like to see a lot more films like this where it portrays Christian people in a positive light, but is not targeted to a exclusively Christian audience. A Mile in His Shoes also helps people to understand a little more about , autism and Asperger's Syndrome, which is always a good thing. Mickey is different, but he's a great kid and worth getting to know.
For more info about this movie check out these links:
Dove Foundation Review: http://www.dove.org/reviewmasterframe.asp
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