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Healing Hands (2010)

TV Movie  -  Family  -  20 March 2010 (USA)
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A near death experience gives a young man, engaged to be married, the ability to heal people.

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Buddy Hoyt
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Uncle Norman
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Alice
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Aunt Beth
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Mike
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Ginny Jones
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Dr. Harris
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Natasha Waverly
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Leah Gardner
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Dr. May
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Henry Ferguson
Ted Lyde ...
Stinson
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Mrs. Boxby
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Green
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Reverend Collins
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A near death experience gives a young man, engaged to be married, the ability to heal people.

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Healing Hands- Don't Play the Lord With Me **1/2
17 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Since when does a good adopted boy refer to his adopted parents as my uncle and aunt? They got him at age 3 so they can earn the respect of being called parents. What's with the writer here?

The picture is really a soap opera, and not a good one either. While it's true that the acting is good, this idea of a near death experience allows our young man, engaged to be married, the ability to heal people. Naturally, everyone flocks to him and this causes problems. Thank the Lord we're not dealing with Elmer Gantry here.

There is just too much going on. Uncle Norman is stricken with cancer and by the end, the girlfriend is also in a terrible accident leaving her on life-support. In the middle, he saves a young girl hit by a bicycle, his friend who gets a nail through his finger, and even the family dog gets into the act.

Then there is Mrs. Feguson who is terminally ill and doesn't want his help. Ferguson's husband, who knocked on our hero's door, to aid the terminally ill woman, calls him a fraud when the woman dies because she didn't want to be kept alive!

Of course, our hero loses his power and "Uncle" says,"I should have allowed you to cure me when I had the opportunity." The reply is the typical rally around the flag boys.


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