The Miracle Season
- 1hr 41m
Find Movie Theaters & Showtimes
Atom User Reviews
we thought this was a great movie. one that we will definitely buy when it comes out on video. Thanks for such a great movie.
Excellent movie!! It was great for all the ages of my children ranging from 9-13. Kept everyone's attention and all enjoyed it!
Problem is, every time the movie gets near an authentic emotion, it barely pauses before making a run to the next Katy Perry song cue. (Seriously, both “Roar” and “Firework” are featured herein.) Given the care that the adult and teen actors invested in trying to honor their real-life counterparts, this feels lazy. If you like Katy Perry songs that much, you may feel differently.
Miracle is godawful, even by the standards of sports dramas, where healthy doses of manipulation and hagiography are accepted as part of the inspirational formula.
Ultimately, The Miracle Season mistakes an inspiring true story for one that needs or deserves to be told cinematically; it isn’t awful, but it’s not a film, it’s a tribute, and unfortunately, one to the memory of a young woman who would be better honored by people actually “living like Line” than watching a formulaic, fictionalized retelling of her community learning what that means.
Videos & Photos
Movie Info & Cast
- Helen Hunt
- Erin Moriarty
- Danika Yarosh
- William Hurt
- Tiera Skovbye
- Jason Gray-Stanford
- Burkely Duffield
- Nesta Cooper
- Rebecca Staab
- Ava Grace Cooper
Did You Know?
- Erin Moriarty's character name is same as her character name in her other movie 'The Kings of Summer' as Kelly
- Caroline and Kelley are shown singing along to Katy Perry's Roar; the song was released in 2013, two years after the incidents depicted in the movie.