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I, being a mere teenager, feel quite awful being surrounded by the events in the outside world. This movie really made me realize the better things about life.
In my opinion, Albert Finney, no matter how hammy his acting was, did quite well considering what kind of character he was playing.
Anton Yelchin also wasn't bad, but I hated the character he was playing, for I feel that Milo was acting selfish and annoying.
Overall, I find that this movie is quite enjoyable for a quiet Sunday morning, or anytime you are feeling a little down. This movie, though having a religious element, can really be enjoyed by all. Come on people, it's just a movie, not a display of what religion is right or wrong. It just gives you something to watch.
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