This is a movie review and I rarely, ok pretty much never do movie reviews. We always do netflicks and Hunky Hubs had put this one in the netflicks cue and I was sure from the title it would probably be emotional. Lets just say I cry anytime someone cries in the movies...I'm that much of an emotional person I can't hold back the flood waters. I was good though, I got thru 90 percent of the movie without crying.
I'm not going to ruin the movie for you, but all I'm going to say is if you have ever known anyone with cancer, know anyone with cancer or have the privileged to walk beside these warriors, don't ever take them for granted. They are so much stronger than you would ever think they were.
There were parts of the movie that were a little gushy for me. They could have toned it down a little, but if you don't end up in a puddle of tears by the end of the movie, something might be wrong with your heart. Just sayin.
I highly recommend the movie. It will help you on so many levels get back to what the important things are in your life. Whatever little nit picky thing you were thinking about, vanished. It helps you appreciate and love your family so much more because its so easy to take things for granted. I know I do all the time until some sort of reality check happens.
Only advice on watching this movie, make sure you have a box of tissues near by and you aren't wearing mascara. So make sure you put "Letters to God" in your netflicks cue.
Here is the movie trailor:
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