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Heaven Is For RealA small-town father must find the courage and conviction to share his son';s extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 99 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 5.8
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Directors of "Heaven Is For Real"Randall WallaceBirthdate: 28 July 1949, Jackson, Tennessee, USA
Creators of "Heaven Is For Real"Randall WallaceBirthdate: 28 July 1949, Jackson, Tennessee, USAChris Parker
Critic Reviews of "Heaven Is For Real"Hollywood ReporterMay 15, 2014
Unlikely to convert any skeptics, but if they wander into the multiplex, they'll find that that the prettily photographed sermon goes down easily.Salon.comApril 23, 2014
This is a big-tent Christian film that wriggles around a lot seeking to accommodate multiple varieties of religious experience, and ends up terminally infected with the virus of postmodern relativism.USA TodayApril 21, 2014
A well-acted, family-friendly and timely movie for Easter audiences that is just as much about appreciating life on Earth as it is about what comes after.Entertainment WeeklyApril 20, 2014
There's no antagonist, no resolution, and no real climax - just a series of mildly charming scenes in which Colton shares heavenly knowledge while his family reacts with awestruck tears.Chicago Sun-TimesApril 18, 2014
Kinnear does an excellent job of capturing Burpo's obvious dilemma and the turmoil he and his wife endure as they work through this critical time in the life of their family.New York Magazine/VultureApril 18, 2014
Whatever works.Epoch TimesJune 15, 2016
Highly recommended for those struggling with belief in spiritual realities.AARP Movies for GrownupsApril 18, 2016
"Some people might be afraid to believe," Todd (Greg Kinnear) sighs at one point. The triumph of Heaven Is for Real is in the film's embrace of the very down-to-earth notion that such fear can lurk even in the hearts of those who have faith.Critic's NotebookOctober 08, 2015
It never strays far from preaching, leaving viewers no choice but to see Pastor Burpo primarily as an unreliable narrator.Lyles' Movie FilesSeptember 05, 2014
A smooth, easygoing film that will please its target audience, even if it doesn't quite reach the heavenly heights of other inspirational efforts in the faith-based genre.Cinema CrazedJuly 23, 2014
It's really just more numbing propaganda.Spectrum (St. George, Utah)July 05, 2014
Christians may shout hallelujah that faith-based films are arriving in theaters, but believers should pray for something much better.
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