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Beyond the Heavens (2013)

TV-PG | | Family | 1 October 2013 (USA)
Writer/Director Corbin Bernsen and Nathan Gamble (The Dark Knight) star in the powerful story about a boy whose search for answers leads him to faith. Oliver is a bright 12-year-old who ... See full summary »

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Oliver Henry
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Writer/Director Corbin Bernsen and Nathan Gamble (The Dark Knight) star in the powerful story about a boy whose search for answers leads him to faith. Oliver is a bright 12-year-old who lives in the shadow of his parents' loss of their first son. Written by Anonymous

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Make Believe, Believe What You Make

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Coincidentally, or perhaps on purpose, Corbin Bernson's last name in the film is Henry - the same name of his character in Psych. His first name in the film is "Gus" which is also the nickname of Dule' Hill's character in Psych. See more »

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Faith-based family film

I enjoyed this film. The story centers on a boy who begins to question many things in his life and family and whether God exists. The theme is universal in that nearly all childhood beliefs are shattered at some point either through real proof or circumstances that seem to disprove one belief or another.

There are several sub-plots utilized to flesh out the characters, many of whom either show no evidence of a belief in God, even some that attend church, or a belief without a practice of God's love. But they do believe in celebrating a strange occurrence that occurred in the small town in the recent past.

The acting is strong from several participants and the story moves along at a swift pace. The outcome demonstrates that intelligence and a mind for the sciences does not have to exist at the exclusion of faith in the unseen and difficult to prove.


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