I've said before, I'm always looking for good family-friendly movies. So when I was given the opportunity to review A Mile in His Shoes, I was super excited.
From the director of "Angels In the Outfield" comes an inspiring story about a special boy with an amazing gift, and the coach who believed. Dean Cain and Luke Schroder star in the gmc movie based on the book "The Legend of Mickey Tussler".
Mickey Tussler is a young farmer who has Asperger's Syndrome and an incredible amount of baseball talent. When Coach Murphy stumbles upon this young man with the outstanding pitching arm, he convinces Mickey's parents to let him join the minor league team. The interaction between Mickey and the team is amazing.
The small people and I watched this movie together, and everyone enjoyed it. It was fun to hear my children cheering for Mickey to do well. Ballerina commented that she really liked how the movie showed that Mickey was a Christian.
For more information about the movie, check out this website, Facebook page, YouTube, and Dove Foundation Review.
Not only did I get an opportunity to review this movie, but I also get to give away a DVD copy of this movie! The giveaway will end at 11:59 PM on Saturday, January 28th, and the winner will be posted on Sunday, January 29th.
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