The Cokeville Miracle (2015)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Family, History

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Children who were held hostage in their elementary school tell stories of miraculous things, but many adults are skeptical that the Cokeville Miracle ever truly happened.




  • That's a wrap for The Cokeville Miracle. Directed by T.C. Christensen
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7 August 2015 | ewells-48899
A truly amazing story
Unfortunately in the city where I live, this movie did not come to the theatre, so I will have to wait for the DVD or VOD release of it to see it. This is not a review of the movie, but just wanted those that have not seen other movies that were done by T.C. Christensen to make sure and check out his other films. Out of all of them he has done, my favorites and those I highly recommend would be - 17 Miracles, Ephraim's Rescue, Emma Smith: My Story, Joseph Smith: Prophet of the Restoration. These are the ones I have loved and treasure and do highly recommend.

When people think of LDS cinema, they think that its cheesy, horrible acting, and many other things, but with T.C. Christensen and the movies he has done, that is not at all true. While there are movies out there under the banner of LDS cinema that do have bad acting, and so on and so forth, they still embrace the message of hope and share that with the world.

I hope that those who have loved this movie will indeed check out his other projects and/or the ones I have recommended Eric

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Release Date:

5 June 2015



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Opening Weekend USA:

$159,468 7 June 2015

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