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Anything Is Possible (2013/Image DVD)

Picture: C Sound: C Extras: D Main Program: B+

Ten year old Nathan (Ethan Bortnick) is devastated when he is told his mother is MIA in an overseas Army humanitarian/rescue operation, so he decides to runaway when he discovers he maybe not able to stay with his father. On the streets, he soon ends up at an orphanage, there he meets other children who have no place else to go, but when the orphanage is threaten to close because of lack of funding, Nathan has a talent to become the star pianist and decides to put on a charity concert to save the orphanage. That even when everything seems lost ...there is always still hope in Demetrius Navarro's Anything Is Possible (2013).

On top of that nightmare, Nathan then finds out his dad might not be his real or biological dad, and he might be forced to give him to an orphanage. He believes he honors his mother and the things she taught him and hopes by doing so, that someone will also help bring her home, but this is a huge burden for any child to have and along with the soft picture and sound, holds back what is otherwise a well done movie thanks to a convincing cast.

This was heartfelt movie that is good for the entire family, the story of hope, even when families are separated, how by helping someone else, you help yourself as well. Along with the songs and music, the film had a very positive feel and showed what could happen if people showed kindness and selflessness (it is sad to see how reality is, how people are so unwilling to help others) how much a difference people can make when they all work together. All the characters and children in the film were far wiser then anyone I ever seen.

There are no extras.

- Ricky Chiang


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