Allison Pyke is a young angel who's trying to get her ticket into heaven. Complications arise when two important men in her life unexpectedly show up to form a love triangle.

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Jamie Travis

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Will Gluck (story by), David Iserson (teleplay by)
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Credited cast:
Brenda Song ... Allison Pyke
Andy Favreau ... James Barker
Andrew Bachelor ... Leonard
Ricky Mabe ... Patrick Dorsey
Anastasia Phillips ... Jill Johnson
Jason Biggs ... Self
Julia Pastorius Julia Pastorius ... Megan Dorsey
Elizabeth Bowen ... Connie
Tal Shulman ... Jesse
Samantha Weinstein ... Katie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Byron Abalos ... Young Man on Plane
José Arias ... Hotel Front Desk Clerk
Peter N Bailey ... Passenger 1
Natalie Charles ... Weary Woman
Patrick Cook Patrick Cook ... Bus Attendant
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Allison Pyke is a young angel who's trying to get her ticket into heaven. Complications arise when two important men in her life unexpectedly show up to form a love triangle.

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Angel trying to get into heaven with a modern twist.
16 January 2018 | by LLgoatJSee all my reviews

I thought this film was quite clever. It was a classic storyline of an angel trying to get into heaven but in 2017.

A young woman dies and becomes an angel on earth as she doesn't quite have the credits to get into heaven. After saving a plane from crashing (you may recognise a real life similarity to how she saves it) she is stuck on earth for years trying to build up the credit. Just when she has got enough credit she runs into her widowed husband.

There is a nice modern twist in that the miracles come to the angels via a smart phone app. Also it turns out that it is Greyhound bus that takes you to heaven.

Jason Biggs playing himself (as a sort of angel manager) I thought was the star of the film. The actress playing the angel I thought was good in some parts but a bit patchy in others.

Overall this is a good film to watch. It is unlikely you will want to watch it again for a while or will be nominating it for best film of 2017. However it is an enjoyable film and probably much better and different to a lot of TV movies.


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