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(4205) 6.5 101 min 2018

The Miracle Season is a movie starring Helen Hunt, Erin Moriarty, and William Hurt. After the tragic death of star volleyball player Caroline "Line" Found, a team of dispirited high school girls must band together under the guidance...

Danika Yarosh, William Hurt, Helen Hunt, Erin Moriarty
Drama, Sport
Sean McNamara

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Sport
Director Sean McNamara
Writer David Aaron Cohen, Elissa Matsueda, David Aaron Cohen
Stars Danika Yarosh, William Hurt, Helen Hunt, Erin Moriarty
Country USA
Also Known As Live Like Line, ¡A ganar!, Sezona čuda, La saison miracle, Uma Razão para Vencer, Una stagione da ricordare, Sweet Caroline, Live Line Line, Mucize Sezon
Runtime 1H 41M
Description After the tragic death of star volleyball player Caroline "Line" Found, a team of dispirited high school girls must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hopes of winning the state championship.

Top reviews

Saturday, 07 Nov 2020 21:06

With the recent release of the short story "The Miracle Season" by Stephen King, it is with a sense of foreboding that I begin to look at the film adaptation of this book. I'm not a King fan by any means, and I haven't read the book that I think, but I do know that the story is powerful and at times, beautiful. "The Miracle Season" is a story about a father and his daughter who come to the end of their tether. The father, played by Jimmy Stewart, is a character who seems like a caricature of the father that many of us have grown to love and respect. The daughter, played by Julianne Moore, is a young woman who seems to be caught between the world of men and the world of the mother she has been raised by. In the end, they are forced to come together to try and find their place in the world. There are moments of true emotion, and moments of true hilarity. But, in the end, the film suffers from the usual pitfalls of the story. The film has been edited in a way that keeps the story flowing, but also slows it down to a snail's pace. The story, as told in the film, is more dramatic than the book, and the film is not really interested in exploring the emotional core of the story. The movie's title is a misnomer, because it is not a season. The story is not about the season. It is about a father and his daughter who must come together in order to find their place in the world. This is an important theme that is not explored in the film, but it is one that is very much important in the book. It is a theme that I think should be explored in the film. The movie does not do a good job of bringing the story to life, and it seems that the director and writers, both of whom have written for television, are not interested in making the film a good film. The acting is good, but the direction and editing is poor. It is a good film, but it is a poor film.
Thursday, 13 Aug 2020 18:18

The story, characters, and cinematography is what you expect from a Jackie Chan movie. What you don't expect is his performances, and how well they're done. The story centers around Chan's battle with a cancer patient, played by Ryan Reynolds. This is a not-so-veiled allusion to his struggles with leukemia in the 70's and 80's, as his body was built to be an athlete. Chan's character is a surgeon who loves his wife (played by Reese Witherspoon), but loves football and the game of football. He even loves the game of football. He is a doctor, but he loves life and loves his family. When he goes to see a basketball game, he tells the referee to call a foul on the opposing team, for "fun." This was the only time I ever saw Chan laughing. And in this movie, he does it often. He is a fantastic sportsman, and the movie is shot to show us that. And it does. In the opening scene, we see Chan at the top of the world, leaping over the nets. In the end, he's on the ground, fighting for life. But he's not defeated, not broken. His body is never truly broken. It just hurts. The movie is about his transformation from a football player, into a doctor, and his family. It is not a great movie, but it is very well done. It is not about his fight with cancer. It is about his fight with his family, and the relationship between the family and the doctor. He has to learn to deal with the pain. That's why this movie is so powerful. The film has its share of flaws. For example, it is too short, which is fine. But if it was longer, it would be a whole lot longer. The story does not end well. The doctor's son dies. That is, for the most part, not a huge deal. But the doctor himself dies. That is too much. The movie has a lot of good scenes, but it doesn't have the big punch of a Jackie Chan movie. I saw this movie in the theaters, but it does not stand up well to repeated viewings. I only recommend it for those who want to see a good Jackie Chan movie. I rate it 7/10.
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 15:56

After an early showing in 1992, "The Miracle Season" has fallen somewhat flat. Its a movie that appeals to the kids in the audience and the movie's production values are at par with the average family film, but it lacks the comic fire of many other films that have come out of the Disney family. Although the film does have some wonderful moments, "The Miracle Season" is not the film to be seen by most parents. Instead, its more of a movie for the kids. The film's main problem is that it fails to bring anything new to the table. The screenplay has two major flaws. The first is that it is too predictable. The kids are not given much to work with and the middle-schooler (which is an easy target for most movies) plays second fiddle to the three younger children. Second, the family's problems can be summed up in one sentence. The parents are happy and the kids are miserable. Both of these points are valid for most movies but here they are just there for effect. This makes for a confusing movie, but in a good way. "The Miracle Season" is good for what it is. Its entertaining and not terribly thought-provoking, but it is not going to make you think about it after you leave the theater. For a more serious movie, check out "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas", which has the same premise but is also a movie with an excellent and hilarious ending. And for a movie that is very entertaining, but lacking something in terms of philosophy or moral, see "Mister Frost".

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