The Girl Who Believes In Miracles is the newest family drama to hit the theatres. Richard Correll directed the film to tell a warm story of hope and faith. Richard Correll has always been known for family dramas like these. Ranging from directing episodes of shows like Fuller House, Bunk’d, and Team Kaylie. Now his full-length directorial debut tells a story from the eyes of an innocent girl named Sara Hopkins, played by Austyn Johnson. The movie is just two days old, releasing into theatres, and receiving quite a lukewarm response. A warm take on Christianity and faith a person can show in. This may lead him to the right path led by God. The viewers so far have dubbed the movie as a good-time family watch that could bring someone to tears.
The Girl Who Believes In Miracles follows the story of Sarah Hopkins. A girl who believes in God’s word. Upon meeting a preacher who tells her that God can help her do unbelievable things. Like even moving a mountain. She prays, and God answers. Starting with healing birds to putting people out of misery, she eventually becomes the Miracle girl. But now, such popularity and attention, will she able to stand it remains to be seen. Here we are breaking down where you can watch the family drama that has recently hit the theatres and everything we know about it so far.
Where To Watch The Girl Who Believes In Miracles?
The Girl Who Believes In Miracles has recently hit the theatres starting on 2 April 2021. It is available to watch in selected US Theatres only. You can visit the official website of the film to check whether the movie is available in the theatres near you. Apart from the theatres, The Girl Who Believes In Miracles is not available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, or any of the other OTT platforms.
Amazon Prime Video might take the cue once The Girl Who Believes start releasing digitally once it’s done with the theatre run. So, you might catch the movie in a few months on Amazon. Even on other video-on-demand services such as DirecTV and Fandango.
Plot Of The Girl Who Believes In Miracles
As mentioned above, The Girl Who Believes In Miracles is the warm story of Sara Hopkins. A young girl who has a lot of faith in God and has always been praying for him. The fact that God can even move the mountains told by the preacher only makes her more intrigued about God’s miracles. Whatever the preacher said to her touches her heart. She begins to pray more honestly and compassionately.
Sara’s honesty and compassion somehow reach the above powers. God acknowledges her honest and dedicated prayers to help animals, birds or put people out of misery. The prayers are answered. Whomever she prayed for are healed or helped in one way or another. Apart from God, a number of people take notice of Sara’s powers.
Sara’s popularity roses with media attention covered. Although she helps others, every time she does it, it takes a toll on her body too. So this comes to the time where she herself needs prayers and savings. Will her family be able to save her? Will all the miracles she did for others help or too? Or this marks the end of her story? All in The Girl Who Believes in Miracles. You can check out the official trailer for The Girl Who Believes In Miracles below.
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The Cast For The Girl Who Believes In Miracles
The Girl Who Believes In Miracles is led by little Austyn Johnson, taking up the role of Sara Hopkins. Mira Sorvino (Mimic) joins her as Bonnie Hopkins along with Kevin Sorbo as Dr. Ben Riley, Peter Coyote as Sam Donovan, and Tommi Rose as Cindy Kramer. The other cast members include Darryl Cox as Pastor Jerry ‘Mac’ Macmillan, Burgess Jenkins as Alex Hopkins, Paul-Mikél Williams as Mark Miller, and Brooks Ryan as Caucasian Jesus.
The rest of the supporting cast starts off with Cate Jones as Isabel’s Mother. Joining Jones is Mollie Milligan as Elizabeth Riley, Luke Harmon as Danny Hopkins, Marisol Vera as Maria Casillas, and finally Stephanie Cood as Theresa Casillas.
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