Friday, February 10, 2017

Heaven Sent DVD Review...

Heartwarming inspiration and fun are on tap in the miraculous story of a mischievous little angel on a mission when the faith-based family film Heaven Sent arrives on DVD February 21 from Lionsgate. 

This adorable movie is currently available on Digital HD! The story unfolds when a young couple, on the eve of their painful divorce, receives a surprising houseguest - an 8 year old runaway from Heaven. Cleverly guided by Divine intervention, she helps them rediscover their hope and faith in the power of love. 

Heaven Sent gained recognition and success at the Bentonville Film Festival, and premiered on the Lifetime network as one of its most anticipated film events of 2016.Directed by Michael Landon Jr. and written by Rick Ramage, the film is Dove Faith Friendly approved for ages 12 and over.


Christian Kane: Just Married, TV's "The Librarians"
Marley Shelton: Pleasantville, Uptown Girls  
Mallory James Mahoney: Adventures in Babysitting
Ernie Hudson: Ghostbusters, Miss Congeniality

Rating: TV-PG
Genre: Faith, Family
DVD Closed Captioned: N/A
DVD Subtitles: English SDH
Feature Run Time: 90 minutes

Our Review:

My family was excited to watch this together! The precious angel girl that comes down from Heaven melted our hearts. She did everything she could to save the couples marriage.

It was pretty funny when they called the cops and family services to come get the girl that just appeared in their house. When they got there they couldn't see the little girl, she was invisible to everyone but the couple. They thought the mom was crazy talking to a girl that wasn't there. haha

We don't want to ruin the movie by telling you what happens at the end but very heart warming for sure! We give this movie a thumbs up. We loved it and shed many happy tears as we watched this sweet movie. This is a family friendly movie that everyone will really enjoy!

The Heaven Sent DVD arrives just in time for the Easter season!

Disclaimer: *I received the review products at no charge to evaluate and express my opinion.*