Miracle at Manchester is a powerful film based on the true story
of a high schooler & the power of prayer!
God is still in the business of miracles. Based on the true story, a high schooler’s bright future changes in an instant when he’s diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. But the power of prayer and support from his community renews a father’s faith and brings healing to a family.
Brycen Newman, beloved member of his high school’s football and baseball teams, starts experiencing unexplained headaches. As the headaches continue and other symptoms crop up, Brycen’s parents take him to the hospital, who dismiss them.
Ed Hanson, a car repair owner, hides the long hours of labor he works on his cars from his wife, Marilyn. Marilyn is Brycen’s nurse and inspires Ed to take an interest in Brycen’s case. Richard Newman, Brycen’s dad, takes the advice of his coworker to seek help for his son from a neurosurgeon. It’s advised he needs surgery.
Brycen’s classmates and girlfriend pray and rally around Brycen as he continues his battle in the hospital. Richard tries to wrap his brain around his son’s diagnosis.
Miracle at Manchester stars Kory Getman as Brycen Newman; Eddie McClintock – Richard Newman; Daniel Roebuck – Ed Hanson; Kathy Patterson – Marilyn Hanson; and Dean Cain as Dr. Getty
Miracle at Manchester Movie Review & Giveaway
Miracle at Manchester is an awesome movie with an incredible ending. God healed Brycen! The tumor is gone! God is still doing miracles. I love movies based on real life!
The themes of the power of prayer, God’s sovereignty & His power to perform miracles, charity for others & your community, as well as hope in times of distress are seen throughout the movie.
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. – 2 Timothy 4:7 (NIV)
I highly recommend Miracle at Manchester for the whole family. While there is sadness, and a some tears, about Brycen having cancer, the movie does not have an overwhelming sad feel to it.
My son is a childhood leukemia survivor. So I have been where Brycen’s parents were. I thought the actors did an excellent job of showing what a parent goes through. From sadness and tears, to a fighting attitude of not giving up, then to relief and joy.
I thought that Kory Getman who portrayed Brycen did an excellent job, as well.
Watch the Miracle at Manchester trailer!
Miracle at Manchester is very heart warming and inspiring.
When you watch this movie, be sure to watch all the way to the end!
You’ll see the real Brycen that Miracle at Manchester is based on. Hear what Brycen himself has to say about his cancer. See his classmates, coaches, parents, And his car!
You do NOT want to miss this movie!
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*Disclosure: Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a sample of the product for this review. (I watched an online screener.) Opinions are 100% my own.