Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Now Available on DVD: Elizabeth's Gift from Bridgestone Multimedia Group (Review)

Elizabeth's Gift 


When a precious little girl, Elizabeth, dies of a rare heart condition, her loving parents are left to pick up the pieces of their once perfect life. Through a miraculous sequence of events, an angel guides Elizabeth's mother, Laura (Kari Hawker), to a homeless girl, Punkin' (Savanna Lewis), who desperately needs help escaping the streets and the clutches of a ruthless villain. With Elizabeth's spirit pointing the way, Laura's husband, Steve (Paul Hunt), joins the fight to set Punkin' free and rebuild his grieving family.

Directed by Rob Diamond, Elizabeth's Gift is a touching and thrilling story that follows Laura and Steve's journey as they learn to cope with the loss of their child and discover the healing power of faith.

My Thoughts:

Be prepared with tissues, as this movie is a tear-jerking.  Even before having children of my own, I have always found myself tearing up with films that deals with sick or terminally ill children.  And, with this film, from Bridgestone Multimedia Group, it is no different.  I went through half a box of tissues by the end of the movie.  But, I was glad that I sat through the movie, as it was really heartwarming and inspiring.  This film reminded me of The Ultimate Gift, in the way that the passing of a young girl brings people to together to see the greater good in the world, and how their spirit lives on and helps mend broken heart and help those grieve and heal.  I was impressed with the casting, and loved watching the little girl, who played Elizabeth.  I can't recall any of the actors from this movie in other films that I have seen, but hope to see them again soon.

If you are looking for a heartwarming film to watch, why not pick up a copy Elizabeth's Gift, now available on DVD.

Disclosure:  I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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