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I Am Potential (2015)

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A father's journey to help his blind and wheel-chair bound son to overcome impossible odds and allow the world to see his God-given potential.


Zach Meiners


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Burgess Jenkins ... Patrick John Hughes
Jimmy Bellinger ... Patrick Henry Hughes
Jama Williamson ... Patricia Hughes
Judge Reinhold ... Dr. Greg Byrne
Lance E. Nichols ... Charles
Ted Johnson ... Granddad
Callan Wilson ... Jesse Hughes
Drew Shugart Drew Shugart ... Cameron Hughes
Pam Tillis ... Herself
Gary Ray Moore ... Dr. Lyons (as Gary Moore)
Bonnie Johnson ... Granny
Kwame Boateng ... Bryce
Phil Russell ... Kevin Howard
Sarah Karjian ... Sarah McClave
Jerry Chipman ... Bill


A father's journey to help his blind and wheel-chair bound son to overcome impossible odds and allow the world to see his God-given potential.

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Release Date:

9 July 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Tupelo, Mississippi, USA See more »


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$1,200,000 (estimated)
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Bright Light See more »
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It Had Potential
6 September 2016 | by Seth_Rogue_OneSee all my reviews

It did indeed have potential, the acting was pretty good the characters are likable but it's just all very flat.

It's made by a company of which I believe is a religious film-company and everything is just extremely sugar-sweet, every single person in the movie is the kind that you could let borrow your dearest possessions and just know that you would get it back and in one piece.

Now that would be really nice if that was the type of world we all live in, I'm not saying it wouldn't but in my experience it's not real life.

Not that necessarily movies have to be exactly like real life but couldn't they have at least one bully in it or something? Or have him dealing with issues of trying to get a girlfriend or something. SOMETHING, anything to make us feel a little extra for the young man when he's trying to overcome his hardships.

Hardships that he instead seemingly takes with a smile.

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