Josh is just an average carpenter in a small town, but when his touch miraculously brings a dead boy back – a boy he tried valiantly to save when he fell into a freezing lake – things spin totally out of control. The media quickly rushes to promote this feel-good Easter story and proclaims that it is a real miracle. However, there are those who are determined to debunk the entire story through any means necessary and Josh and the boy’s mother are thrust into a whirlwind they never expected. Through humor and faith and a budding romance, Josh works at returning to his normal life. Based on the book by the same name.
This movie starts with an intense beginning and I know it sounds strange but while he is running with the boy he falls and I thought that was realistic. I like when a movie shows something realistic.
The film quality, acting, cinematography was really good but I just didn’t find any Christianity in it at all. I tried to find some point to the film but I was left still wondering what was the point. This is based on a book so I wonder if there was any Christianity or any need for God in the book but just left out in the movie.
The main character wasn’t a godly man, not showing himself as a Christian, but with the gift of healing. It was just sort of strange to me. It’s rare that I leave a negative review for a film but in this case I was disappointed.
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