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Debbie Macomber's Mr. Miracle
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Heaven and earth collide when angel-in-training Harry Mills, A.K.A "Mr. Miracle" is sent down to a community college during Christmas for his first assignment: to help an insecure student realize her life purpose. As Harry is schooled in life lessons, he learns being human isn t as easy as he thought.
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Addie (Brittney Irvin) is a young woman who goes to the community college and Harry is to be her new English professor. Addie is very fearful of being in a college class because she has done poorly in school all her life.
Harry is quick to discount Celeste's suggestions and goes of on his own, despite Celeste's warning that, should he fail at his task, he will be sent back to Heaven. Harry comes on too strong with Addie and scares her even more.
Addie is struggling at home as well as at school, when she is put on the spot taking care of her neighbor Erich (Andrew Francis), a young man who has teased her unmercifully her whole life. Despite how she feels about him, when push comes to shove, she will help him out during the time he needs it. To make matters worse, Addie finds out her new teacher Harry has just moved into the neighborhood and is making her feel uncomfortable with his attention at school and at home.
The movie takes off from these two points of conflict. Addie needs to learn to trust herself and be strong while Harry needs to learn to defer to someone with more experience. The movie leaves me thinking that there may be other Mr. Miracle stories in the future.
The story is cute but has a few sad moments as well. Both my husband and I enjoyed watching the movie and will certainly watch it again in the future. The cast was great and I especially liked the actors playing Harry and Celeste. Their point and counter-point conversations were fun to watch.