Friday, January 13, 2012

Mile in His Shoes - DVD Review and Giveaway


Our family is always looking for movies that are appropriate for our kids to watch.  It is getting harder and harder to find these.

This movie is from the director of "Angels in the Outfield".  It is a great story about an autistic boy who is amazing at baseball.  A coach for a minor league team finds him totally by accident when he runs off the road while driving.  He helps the young boy overcome some of his fears and difficulties he faces as a young man with Asperger's.  

Our entire family loved this movie.  The kids said it was sad and there is a part where there is a fight but nothing inappropriate at all.

We highly recommend this movie for your next family movie night.  You won't be disappointed.   One of my favorite things about this company (Propeller) that provides me with the movies is that I don't have to share them if I wouldn't use it personally.  How cool is that? 
You can find out more about the movie by visiting the following:

Website: http://www.watchgmctv.com/video/mile-his-shoes#biography


Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Mile-In-His-Shoes/270101973014772?sk=wall

Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev2T0BFetH4

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Thank you to Propeller for this wonderful DVD. 

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4 comments:

Sweetpeas said...

This sounds like a movie my girls would enjoy, and I struggle to find appropriate family movies too!

Sweetpeas said...

I'm confused about the giveaway question. I don't see any Crayola products listed? But I tend to stick with basic art supplies to let the child's creativity soar on it's own.

Sweetpeas said...

My favorite color crayon varies depending on my mood, but right now I'm on a lavender kick.

clubbfarm said...

We love family movie night. It does seem harder to find appropriate movies these days with out checking out cartoons (and alot of them are even questionable in my opinion). I think we would all love this movie!

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