March 22, 2016
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In Theaters Now!
Sony and Affirm’s Miracles From Heaven grossed $1.9M in its opening day (3/16/2016) at 3,047 theaters, ranking as the No. 2 film Wednesday behind Disney’s Zootopia. It is on pace to generate $10 million over its first five days of release. Audiences gave Miracles a rare A+ CinemaScore throughout all demos. Sixty eight-percent came out for the pic’s subject matter (per CinemaScore), while 20% were Jennifer Garner fans and 10% Eugenio Derbez fans. Faith Driven Consumer has bestowed four out of five stars to Miracles From Heaven, and the film has earned a 64% fresh grade on Rotten Tomatoes. The Affirm label also produced the popular faith-based films: War Room and Heaven is for Real.
Anna Beam (Kylie Rogers) lives with a rare, incurable disorder that leaves her unable to digest food. Despite the dire diagnosis, devoted mom Christy (Jennifer Garner) relentlessly searches for a way to save her beloved daughter. Everything changes in an instant when Anna tells an amazing story of a visit to heaven after surviving a headlong tumble into a tree. Her family and doctors become even more baffled when the young girl begins to show signs of recovering from her fatal condition.
To those who doubt her story, Annabel has a few words.
“What I want to say is this,” she says. “Believe in it if you want to. We put this out so you could have a stronger faith and probably a better life. But we’re not trying to force it down your throat. So you can believe as you want, but we put this out there to help you, not hurt you.”
Christy, who is working on a children’s version of her book, has more free time these days, now that Annabel’s recurring hospital stays are a thing of the past.
“Sometimes, it’s nice to just sit back and laugh,” she says of her family’s life now. “It’s nice to absorb it and just be grateful.”
Shelby Systems would like to encourage everyone to attend this high-quality, faith-based, Christian film.
You may want to consider inviting a friend, neighbor or family member to go along with you to experience this true, present-day miracle.
It seems appropriate that this film arrives just a few days before Easter.
Easter is, after all, a celebration of the greatest miracle of the ages.
Annabel with her parents and sisters standing in front of the tree from which she fell.