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Midway to Heaven (2011)

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It has been years since Ned Stevens, a charming self-made success, lost his wife Kate to cancer. Yet he still can't let go of her memory and move forward with his life.. But when Liz brings... See full summary »

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Curt Doussett ...
Ned Stevens
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David
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Carol Holly
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Kate Stevens
Brittany Peltier ...
Liz Stevens
Priscilla Poland ...
Liz Look-alike
Taggart Hurtubise ...
Scottie
Steve Anderson Jr. ...
Leonard Nelson
Scott S. Anderson ...
Harold Mitchell
Vicki Silva ...
Harold's Wife
Bronwyn Hadlock ...
Waitress
Loran Bingham ...
Shopper
Adam Legas ...
Carol's Cousin
Logan Rogan ...
Jonah
Todd Michael Thompson ...
David Look-Alike
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It has been years since Ned Stevens, a charming self-made success, lost his wife Kate to cancer. Yet he still can't let go of her memory and move forward with his life.. But when Liz brings home a new boyfriend from college -- Ned finds that his comfortable world is turned upside down as Liz tries to divert his attention to Carol, an attractive single woman who lives in Ned's neighborhood. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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Rated PG for some mild thematic elements
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4 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Heaven Is Waiting  »

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When Ned wakes his friend to vouch for David's credibility, according to the alarm clock it's 12:46am. However, when the conversation is over it's 12:43am. See more »

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I talk to dead people...
16 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I would have been able to tolerate this film if the main character (Ned) didn't talk to his dead wife in every other scene. These scenes were not only annoying (with the overtly perky dead wife) but they were also Biblically inaccurate. The Bible says in Ecc. 9:5 "For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing." The acting was below average and the storyline was rather weak. And it really wasn't a faith-based film (as another reviewer suggested); no-one prayed or every even visited a church, no mention of Jesus and the only character with a hint of Christian values was not really developed. Over all, this film fell flat. Truly disappointed.


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