The road to heaven sometimes requires going out of State.
In this case, Natalie and I had to visit Rensselaer, NY, to see Heaven Is For Real.
Turns out Pittsfield area theaters weren’t offered the film, even though at least one showed the trailer a few weeks ago.
Little Colton Burpo, played by Connor Corum, is the best part of the movie.
He deserves a baby Oscar.
There’s something about the innocence and honesty of a child I find irresistible.
It’s no wonder God came to earth as one.
There’s really nothing to give away in this review either.
The spoiler is that the eternal bliss you’re hoping for is given up by a four-year-old with no agenda.
See it if you can, it’s worth the trip.
And if you decide to investigate the local blackout, give the manager the benefit of the doubt, remember, he knows only Christians would call to complain…or I should I say, “politely State our case.”
PS…this movie is fine for children of all ages…the PG rating made no sense to me.