Amazing Grace And Chuck Movie Review

Feel-good movies starring kids wiser than their parents were a staple of the 1980s, but Amazing Grace and Chuck is one of the most ambitious, with a single child leading the world all the way to total nuclear disarmament. Chuck is the kid, Amazing Grace is a Boston Celtic that helps him out in his quest. Gregory Peck is the president, and the saccharine threatens to choke you at times during the movie, but ultimately Mike Newell (director of Four Weddings and a Funeral) manages to make the film into something worthwhile.

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Matthew Gilboe

Amazing Grace and Chuck ruled it was the best movie of all time its a shame there was never a 2nd part of the movie made it made a whole world of difference in the end as sad as it was but it opened up everyones eyes for 1 persons beliefs to bad its no where to be found.

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Amazing Grace And Chuck Rating

" Good "

Rating: PG, 1987

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