I recently had the joy of reviewing the movie A Mile in His Shoes. This movie featured the story of Mickey Tussler, an autistic young man raised in the country with a special gift. This special gift–his right arm–is discovered by minor league baseball coach Arthur "Murphy" Murph. As a result, Mickey uses his talent to pitch his team to victory.
From the director of Angels in the Outfield comes an inspiring story about a special boy with an amazing gift, and the coach who believed. Dean Cain and Luke Schroder star in the GMC movie based on the book The Legend of Mickey Tussler.
I received a copy of A Mile in His Shoes on DVD to review.
This is one of those movies that my husband says he hates based solely on the fact that it's a tear-jerker. Other than this fact he (and I) loved the movie. It was full of impacting truths, enriching morals, and lessons learned.
The star characters played by Dean Cain and Luke Schroder played their parts extremely well. They performed with realistic and powerful acting, making the movie enthralling and interesting.
We did, however, find actor George Canyon's (who played the part of Mickey's father) performance a bit lacking (it was kinda cheesy); however, this did not detract from the movie's purpose neither did it steal us from the story line.
Overall, my husband and I both found the movie to be inspiring, entertaining, and creative. It would make a great selection for family movie night!
A Mile in His Shoes on DVD
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