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Before I elaborate, I must give credit to Patrick Swayze, and to Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. They had moments in the film that were spectacular in all candor. No one doubts their talents, and this movie further supports my assertion.
But, back to Joe Mazzello. Joe is a 1990s and 21st Century acting phenomenon. He always gives 110% and I am almost certain that ALL of his takes are almost indistinguishable due to their consistency. He is THAT good, and this movie shows it. I believe that this movie was the FIRST REAL showing of his genuine capabilities ... capabilities elaborated upon and confirmed in 1997's "Star Kid" and in 1998's "Simon Birch."
I swear, Joe's portrayal was so convincing, that by the movie's end I vicariously wanted to buy an old-style bicycle, don a tee shirt, jeans and tennis shoes, and head to the field and play some baseball!
Joe Mazzello's motto about acting is this: "Just make it look REAL!"
And Joe made it look real in "Three Wishes." So, how do I know? I remember watching the Mickey Mouse Club on TV, in the 1950s. Joe was as real as it gets.
The little thing that bothered me is the DVD was copied in Korea, the Extra Features are in Korean language in some of parts, and the quality of pictures is not good as digital HD version, but still worth to be collected, especially if you're a fans of some actors in this film.
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I think this was one of his best. Surprise ending but a really good story I thought. In-fact, my husband and I watched it two times in the same week.,Published 4 months ago by Margie Evans-Kane
we really liked this movie. It focuses on teamwork, acceptance, and not judging a book by it's cover. great story.Published 6 months ago by countryliving