Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times
A sweet, good-looking film about nice people in a beautiful place, and young John Bell is an appealing performer in the tradition of the Culkins. Quinn and Nielsen are pros who take their roles seriously, and Vic Sarin's direction gets the job done. show more
Liam Lacey The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Sincere performances and the beautiful gold-and-grey Donegal landscape can only go so far in A Shine of Rainbows, a family film that risks drowning in its own syrup. show more
Irresistibly good-natured even when it's cheesy. show more
Modestly engaging despite several improbable, cornball moments. show more
April 30, 2010 vlo164
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It is a family friendly movie with an excellent story, characters, and scenery. The acting, music, and cinematography will capture your heart as the movie continues to evolve and grow into a very satisfying and fulfilling conclusion. A refreshing movie that all will enjoy.
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