Where Hope Grows

2014

Action / Drama / Family

12
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 46%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 83%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 2572

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Cast

Danica McKellar as Susan Malcolm
Brooke Burns as Amy Boone
Kristoffer Polaha as Calvin Campbell
Kerr Smith as Mitch Minniear
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714.85 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 4 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by annie-skopek 10 / 10

Hands down the best Christian movie

I have watched many Christian movies, and none of them have even come close to this. This is the first one I have watched that I have raved about and watched more than once. The character of Produce is pure wonderful, never have I smiled so watching a character. The way he helps the family is so beautiful, the whole movie is a roller-coaster - I laughed, screamed, cried and smiled. Definitely would recommend.

Reviewed by Ralphnerin-1 7 / 10

I wouldn't call this a Christian movie...

when Jesus is not even mentioned during the movie. Granted, many prefer to watch a movie that's a feel good movie that isn't "preachy" (you can get a ton of those anywhere), but the gospel could have (and should have) been presented at least during the funeral scene. Live your dash? What does that mean? What about life beyond the grave (provided by a loving God through the death of His son on the cross)? Sorry if that's too preachy for many of you, but that is what life is really about. I do like the scene when Calvin and his daughter discuss prayer, but wish it had gone a little further.

Reviewed by forcherylsfriends 10 / 10

Real

When you have a child with Down Syndome in your life, you sometimes wish everyone could experience the joy they bring. This movie goes a long way towards accomplishing that. Thank you to everyone involved in this film.

The guidelines say I have to write 10 sentences, so... I found the writing impressive, because it avoided the stereotypes of Down Syndrome. Produce is a nuanced and fully realized character - he is not a prop for the plot or other characters. All of the characters are created with equal skill. The acting was really, really good in the sense that it didn't come across as acting. The young man who plays the role of Produce is a gifted actor. I hope he will find other roles in movie and television.

I became emotionally invested in these characters and engrossed in the story. I hope the film develops a widespread audience.

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