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Current Rating: 3.97

Current Rating: 3.97

based on 312 votes and 19 reviews

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  • no point in watching i almost fell asleep.wat a waste.
  • it`s abit boring
  • I loved this movie so much and I totally recommend that everyone sees it!
  • It is very rare that such a film ,by such a director, could make me feel the way i did. This movie is one of the most touching, and inspirationally gratifying films i have seen ever. It makes people like us realize how fotunate we are and how much we take so many things for granted. This film is a complete work of art, success, and imagination. This film is on the best films of our genereation. It is a work or cnematic art and an imagination masterpiece. Nothing short of perfect, acting, cinematography,direction, etc! GENIUS!
  • It is one of the best movies that I have seen in a long timeI loved it!. Charming,funny and a bit scary.
  • An uplifting story about the innocence of youth and the existence and comfort of true faith in today`s confusing world. Damian is the kind of child we would all like to believe we once were, and the kind of child we wish we had. The absence of "known" actors allows you to become fully immersed in the film. The halos are wonderful, and the music score plays an integral role in the films suspense elements. A must see for Christian Youth Groups and anyone who may have fallen away from their faith.
  • I thought it protrayed the innocence of childhood perfectly, without overdoing or taking away the magic of it all, and the soundtrack added so much beauty and emotion. A wonderful movie.
  • It was an okay movie. Nothing too go ga ga over.
  • simply amazing!
  • A rare and unusual gem!


Genre:  Comedy, Drama
Running Time:  97 min.
Release Date: March 18, 2005
DVD: November 1, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 3.97
based on 312 votes and 19 reviews
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Cast: James Nesbitt, Daisy Donovan, Alex Etel, Lewis McGibbon