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Miracle Run (2004)

Miracle Run (2004)

Miracle Run

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According to the Lifetime channel publicity, the made for cable Miracle Run was "inspired by the true story of the winner in all of us." The life of single mother Corinne Morgan (Mary-Louise Parker) is forever changed when she learns that both of her twin sons are autistic. The medical experts advice Corinne either to have the boys institutionalized or farm them out for adoption: The educational establishment writes off both kids as "unteachable" virtually before they ever set foot in a school. But Corinne is determined to the point of bullying that the twins will have as a normal a life as possible--and with the help of sympathetic handyman Douglas Thomas (Aidan Quinn), her hopes are fulfilled beyond her wildest dreams. Despite its optimistic outlook, the film stresses the fact that the lives of young Steven and Phillip Morgan will forever remain a steep and often treacherous uphill climb. Miracle Run debuted August 9, 2004.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Drama, Television
Directed By:
Written By: Mike Maples
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Runtime:
Patriarch Pictures Inc.

Cast

Mary-Louise Parker
as Corrine Morgan
Aidan Quinn
as Doug Thomas
Jake Cherry
as Young Steven
Bernard Hocke
as Wayne Cosgrove
Zac Efron
as Steven
Bubba Lewis
as Teenage Phillip
Thomas Lewis
as Phillip
Alicia Morton
as Jennifer
Tony Bentley
as Dr. Hunt
Margaret Lawhon
as Dr. Patrick
Wallace Merck
as Dr. Hardwick
Veronica Russell
as Ms. Gabler
Jeremy Shada
as Young Phillip
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Audience Reviews for Miracle Run

So touching. I really enjoyed this movie.

irisheyes686
Erin Collins

Super Reviewer

I wonder if this was a made-for-TV movie? It's a sappy, sentimental film about a strong mother who refuses to give up on her autistic sons. I can't fault the film's messages about not treating the kids any differently and refusing to acknowledge autism as a disability. However, I would have liked to see the mother's character struggle a bit more. She never seemed to have a moment of doubt, or throw her hands up and not know what to do.

juliryan
Juli Ryan

Super Reviewer

good movie..

weelee18
Lea Lea

Super Reviewer

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