Gracie's Choice (2004)

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A teenage girl tries to raise her three half-brothers and one half-sister on her own after their drug-addicted mother is sent to jail.


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  • Robert Seeliger in Gracie's Choice (2004)
  • Anne Heche and Robert Seeliger in Gracie's Choice (2004)
  • Anne Heche, Diane Ladd, and Kristen Bell in Gracie's Choice (2004)
  • Kristen Bell, Jack Armstrong, Brian Akins, and David Gibson McLean in Gracie's Choice (2004)

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21 January 2004 | Pro Jury
9
| Kristen Bell hits a home run!
Gracie (Kristen Bell) is not your average 16-year-old girl. For as long as Gracie can remember, she has been raising her four siblings, each of whom has a different, absent father. Gracie's mother (Anne Heche) seems to be on the fast track to self-destruction, while Gracie's well-meaning grandma (Diane Ladd) is too old and frail to provide a stable home. When the children's lives are about to be pulled apart, Gracie will have to do the impossible and make great sacrifices to keep her siblings together.

Kristen Bell's performance is the main reason to invest two hours watching "GRACIE'S CHOICE." Bell is in most every single scene of the film and she plays her dysfunctional part with all-American charm. Bell appears poised for great success in Hollywood.

Produced by the LIFETIME CHANNEL, "GRACIE'S CHOICE" is a watchable made-for-TV drama inspired by actual events. Keep your ears peeled for the original song "I Belong" performed by Cherie exclusive to this film.

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