Film Review: You Are Mine

Nov 12, 2002 03:00 AM EST

Welcome back to the wonderful, wooden world of Wemmicksville, where Punchinello and the rest of his wooden friends have boxed themselves into quite the predicament.

Punchinello has never felt he measured up to other Wemmicks. Of course, most Wemmicks never feel like they quite measure up to each other either. And that's exactly why everyone's gone knotty over boxes and balls. Good Wemmicks have a lot, but the best Wemmick has the most!

Join Punchinello on his journey from his lowly rank in Wemmicksville to the tiptop of Wemmick Mountain, as he searches for boxes, balls, and the acceptance of others.

But only when little Punch falls into the hands of his loving creator, Eli, does he discover he is loved absotively, posilutely just the way he is.

Based on the best-selling book by acclaimed author Max Lucado, and featuring the talented Steven Curtis Chapman as the voice of Eli, and with the music of Phil Keaggy and John Painter, You Are Mine represents a new standard in children's classics.

By Pauline J.
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