A Smile As Big As The Moon (2012) Movie Review

The Hallmark Hall of Fame movie A Smile As Big As The Moon is a touching movie possibly maybe even better when you consider that the events portrayed within it are based on real people and actual events.

A group of teenage high school students enrolled in a special education class who experience a variety of issues like Down syndrome, Tourette’s, learning disabilities and emotional problems, learn to work as a team and have the opportunity to attend Space Camp.

Based on a book of the same name written by Mike Kersjes and Joe Layden, I am pleased to be able to HIGHLY RECOMMEND  A Smile As Big As The Moon for anyone who cheers for the underdog and who admires perseverance, determination and hard work.

This is the kind of movie that Hallmark does better than anyone and one of the best movies I have seen in awhile. A Smile As Big As The Moon has ALL THE RIGHT STUFF.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

A Smile As Big As The Moon looks like an excellent, happy, feel-good movie. I hope I get a chance to see it.


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