Season of Miracles


Action / Comedy / Drama / Family / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 20%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 381


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John Schneider as Coach Wayne Hornbuckle
Nancy Stafford as Nurse Barbara
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695.24 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 20 min
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1hr 20 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by spiderboymax 3 / 10


I don't want to say too much but I had high hopes based upon the synopsis, however, it turns out to be flat and exceedingly lackluster,I even tried during the movie, to work out what it is that makes a good premise go so wrong. No one is convincing, least of all the autistic boy (they just don't say please or thank-you, all the boys I have ever worked with have no social awareness at all). The other boys just do not have a natural relationship with one another, it feels like they are just waiting for the lines to be said before speaking their own. I felt it was a Christian apology gone way way wrong. Its hollow and could have been so deep.Shame. I am an avid fan of family films and there are some great movies out there but unfortunately this is not one of them.

Reviewed by Jena ([email protected]) 9 / 10

Everyone Has A Gift To Share

This film gives a voice to the autistic community as unique as those affected by the impairment. Not everyone communicates the same way, but everyone has a gift to share.

Children, especially those who don't communicate in the traditional sense, should be nurtured and accepted for the talents and gifts they possess.

"Season of Miracles" celebrates that. In a time when bullying is such an issue, this film promotes friendship and camaraderie in kids through their love of baseball.

Don't miss this film, both for its entertainment quality and teachable moments.

Reviewed by Will Grove 10 / 10

The Robins Are Champions On and Off The Field

Season of Miracles has a lot going for it. After all, who doesn't love baseball. And the 70s. But at the heart of this indie gem, is the story of how a young team grew up one magical season when they encountered a boy with autism who changed their lives forward.

Grayson Russell is wonderful as the autistic, baseball crushing, Rafer. John Schneider is a caring coach who not only teaches the game of baseball, but the more important game of life. Rusty Whitener plays Rafer's bitter father with depth and emotion. Music is fun and keeps the story moving. A classic American tale worthy of family night in anyone's household.

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