Anything Is Possible
This movie, about a young boy who's separated from his mother when she goes missing during a trip to Japan to help after the tsunami, explores issues like homelessness, military family life and adoption.
Recommended Age: 12+
Strong Biblical worldview of doing the right thing and owning up to your mistakes, positive portrayal of marriage and family, references to "keep the faith," good message of selflessness and kindness; light romanticism where song in concert talks about if you believe in yourself than anything is possible; video of devastation from Japanese tsunami as well as audio saying that many were killed; a couple of women wear low cut tops with cleavage; girl is occasionally disrespectful to mother, kids occasionally lie to authority figures, light joke among adults about lying, and kids vandalize a mans house.
CastEthan Bortnick, Johnathan Bennett, Lacey Chabert
WritingCarlos R. Bermudez, Demetrius Navarro
Directed byDemetrius Navarro
ProductionGene Bortnick, Hannah Bortnick, Stephen Emmett Jackson, Pastor Marvin Miles
- For Teens
- For Ages 11 to 12