Miracles from heaven is an American Christian drama film based on the true story of the beam family from Burleson. The film was directed by Patricia Riggen and written by randy brown.
Due to a rare, incurable disease, Anna Beam (Kylie Rogers) cannot digest food. Despite the grim prognosis, loving mother Christy (Jennifer Garner) perseveres in trying to preserve her cherished daughter. Everything changes instantly when Anna tells a unique story of a visit to heaven after surviving a headlong tumble into a tree. Her family and physicians are even more perplexed when the little child shows symptoms of improvement from her deadly illness.
The movie’s notable cast members are Jennifer Garner, Kylie Rogers, Martin Henderson, John Carroll Lynch, Eugenio Derbez, and Queen Latifah. In July 2015, principal photography commenced in Atlanta, Georgia. The movie was made available on March 16, 2016. The movie was a financial hit, ranking as the eighth-highest-grossing Christian film in the US. Garner’s performance received favorable reviews overall despite a divided critical response.
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1. The Tree of Life (2011)
A Texas family’s 1950s narrative is told in an impressionistic style. The story follows the oldest son, Jack, as he struggles to reconcile a tumultuous relationship with his father (‘Brad Pitt‘ (qv)), from childhood innocence to his disillusioned adult years. Jack (Sean Penn (I) plays him as an adult) is a lost soul in the modern world who is looking for explanations for the beginnings and purpose of life while also doubting the existence of religion.
2. Thirst (2009)
Sang-Hyun, a priest employed by a hospital, generously donates his time to a covert operation to create a vaccine to combat a fatal illness. However, the priest finally becomes infected by the virus. He almost passes away, but thanks to an unintentional transfer of vampire blood, he miraculously survives. He understands that the pleasures of the body are all he has to live for.
3. The Prophecy (1995)
According to Thomas Daggett, “Some individuals lose their faith because Heaven reveals them too little.” But how many individuals abandon their faith due to having seen too much of Heaven? Daggett is now a policeman after almost becoming a priest. He may desire to go beyond his religious beliefs, but a strange, transexual body with no eyes is discovered one morning.
He finds himself suddenly on a road that would thrust him directly into the center of a Heavenly conflict. Heaven will again overexpose him to too much violence, including blood, burnt flesh, live corpses, and much more. A little girl is much more essential to the divine battle effort. Gabriel desires something that this young American Indian possesses. And to acquire it, Gabriel is ready to murder everybody who stands in his way, including her, and even reanimate a few bodies.
4. The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
Everyone points the finger at Father Moore’s past exorcism of a little girl named Emily Rose after she passes away. The priest is detained on murder suspicion. Erin Bruner, a lawyer, represents Moore in the trial’s opening exchanges, but it will not be simple since no one wants to accept Father Moore’s claims as fact.
5. The Ex-Files: I Want To Believe (2008)
As coworkers at the FBI, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully formed a friendship that eventually resulted in their relationship. However, they have since left the FBI and started other occupations. A Catholic hospital employs staff physician Scully. The little child with a fatal brain condition is her primary concern these days.
The government is ready to give up on him. Scully disagrees because she has a personal connection to the youngster. Newspaper clippings divert Mulder’s attention; pencils are thrown into the ceiling, writing about the paranormal. When a unique situation necessitates Mulder’s skills, and Scully is persuaded to persuade him to help, Mulder and Scully are reunited as partners once again. A pedophile priest claims to be seeing psychic visions concerning the location of a missing FBI agent in this case.