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"A Mile in His Shoes" review by Suzanne
Aired September 25th on GMC

Although this movie already aired, you can still watch it on their site.  It's a nice family film. It's a bit hokey and old-fashioned, sure, but it's uplifting and keeps your attention. I love Dean Cain, so I thought he was great in it.

Cain plays the manager of a minor league baseball team in Ohio. He travels to Indiana to find a prospective pitcher. On the way, his car breaks down and he meets a farm boy, Mickey (Luke Schroder) who has Asperger's Syndrome but is a great pitcher.  He signs him up, although his father seems to be against the whole idea.

The story is pretty standard and straight-forward, and there is some discussion of God - more than you might find in most movies.  Cain's character has lost his faith in God, but Mickey helps him find it again.

If you like old-fashioned movies, you will love this one. Luke Schroder is the son of star Ricky Schroder.  Country music singer George Canyon stars as the boy's stern father, and he also sings a heart-warming song in the movie.

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Updated 9/27/11 


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