A very gifted actress
- Gifted review by PM
This is an uncomfortably good film. It's uncomfortable because it is convincingly distressing; I am certain that nobody wants to see any child in difficulty: the portrayal of a child so bereft and betrayed was truly difficult to watch. You will need to remind yourself that she is just acting. If there can be an appropriate award for this then McKenna Grace certainly deserves it, she is utterly believable in her role.
Her performance is every bit as uplifting and inspirational as it is sad, and she expresses love and courage that seem to transcend the plot. She is that good. The film stayed with me for days, and no doubt will be with me for much longer. I truly hope that this young lady enjoys the fruits of her clear and powerful gift.
4 out of 4 members found this review helpful.
No computer generation! Wow
- Gifted review by NC
At last a little US film with some acting a dialogue. No exploding livers or massive explosions. Also no big names sucking at the wage bill. Engaging little film and little star is quite the button.
3 out of 3 members found this review helpful.
A really funny and enjoyable film.
- Gifted review by SH
A real surprise find, wasn't sure if this was going to be my sort of film ... but found it to be very funny, moving and one of the most enjoyable films I've watched in a long time.
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.
Very good film
- Gifted review by JB
We really enjoyed watching this. Not quite a weepy. It's a good story and we thought the acting was excellent. Struggled a bit with the American drawl and had to put the subtitles on. Would definitely recommend it.
0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.