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Letters to God

Rated PG for thematic material.

PG In Theaters 04/9/2010 , 110min.
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Viewer Score
68%
Viewer score based on 353 ratings
31%
Critic score based on 7 reviews

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July 08, 2012
krvarns
************ on GMC and it was a GREAT movie , very moving and worth watching again. Kay from Surprise AZ
April 07, 2011
flowerjolly
I am reading the book now, and can't wait to see the movie.. I will go and buy it at the store this weekend... :)
February 09, 2011
hisgloryinme01
Don't listen to a single review from the "critics" regarding the content, the acting, or anything else for that matter. Nowdays, if a film isn't filled with horror, action, blood, or sex; then it's called "flat" and a smattering of other unflattering words to describe why they think you souldn't even bother to see
October 06, 2010
jouwhoo1
I watched the movie and it saddened me that so many people are dieing from cancer when there IS a CURE for cancer. My mom is living proof. She had cancer on her lip for a year, then she researched natural cures for cancer and found out that cancer cannot live in an alkaline environment. The food we eat is either alkaline, acidic, or neutral and depending on how
August 29, 2010
Dio amori voi
I have not seen the movie yet, but the book is SUPER! I started reading it and just did not want to stop. Hoping the movie is just as great as the book

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

L.A. Weekly
With little in the way of story or spectacle to offer nonbelievers, the film itself just preaches to the choir. Full Review
Justin Chang
Variety
While only the converted will likely see the redemption behind the manipulation, picture delivers a strong enough dose of spiritual saccharine to yield solid if not heavenly returns from its trusty target audience. Full Review
Marjorie Baumgarten
Austin Chronicle
I've seen sick kids exploited for all sorts of reasons usually as easy ploys to manipulate emotions but sometimes to sell things or encourage philanthropic outpourings but Letters to God takes the cake (make that the holy wafer). Full Review
Neil Genzlinger
The New York Times
Mr. Johnson and Ms. Lively are both pretty good, and with a more nuanced approach could have made this a powerful film. Full Review
Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly
A bland, pious yet touching faith-based tearjerker. Full Review

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