Angels Sing ~ Movie Review ~ Great Family Movie
What an adorable family movie!!! I just LOVE that it seems more and more studios seem to be putting out more family friendly movies. They may not be hitting movie theaters world wide, but if you look around at your local super stores and on your ‘On Demand’ channels, you’ll find a lot of great movies just like Angels Sing.
I really enjoyed watching a well adjusted family working through family issues and loving each other through the difficult times. Although this film isn’t drenched in any religious content, you can definitely feel the love and hope that only comes through a true, believing faith.
Take a moment and read about this new family film and check to see where you and your family can watch it. It’s a fun, love filled movie that your whole family will enjoy.
Opening In Select Cities and On Demand
Harry Connick, Jr.
Harry Connick, Jr. stars as Michael Walker, who, as a child, wished every day was Christmas. That is, until a tragic accident crushed his holiday spirit. Thirty years later, Michael still can’t muster any joy for Christmas, despite encouragement from his playful wife (Connie Britton) and well intentioned parents (Kris Kristofferson and Fionnula Flanagan). But when his young son (Chandler Canterbury) faces a tragedy, Michael needs to make amends with his past. A mysterious man named Nick (Willie Nelson) gives Michael a gift that instills in him the courage to find the Christmas joy that he lost.
About Turk Pipkin
Turk Pipkin is the author of When Angels Sing, the Christmas novel that inspired the film ANGELS SING. Turk is also a former stand-up comic turned writer and filmmaker. He has directed three award-winning feature documentaries (NOBELITY, ONE PEACE AT A TIME and BUILDING HOPE) and had a recurring role in The Sopranos as Janice’s narcoleptic born again boyfriend. He also founded The Nobelity Project, a global education nonprofit that works with Nobel laureates and other inspiring leaders to make enlightening and motivating films to raise awareness on global issues and move people to action. With the Nobelity Project, Turk has helped raise millions to build schools, libraries and water systems for kids in the developing world.
Running time: 87 Minutes
Rated: PG for Mild Thematic Elements and Brief Language