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Hoovey - DVD
Believing makes it possible. Faith makes it real. HOOVEY is the inspiring and true story of a Midwestern basketball family that, with God’s help, stayed in the game and won. When promising high school basketball player Eric “Hoovey” Elliott collapses on the court, doctors discover a life-threatening brain tumor. Hoovey will survive the high-risk surgery, but at what cost? Can he relearn to walk, read, even to see clearly? The road is long, and meanwhile overwhelming medical bills threaten to undo everything his parents, Jeff and Ruth, have taken a lifetime to build.
With seemingly no one to turn to—but with tenacity and love born of faith—an entire family regains its footing. Hoovey learns to read again, to dribble and shoot a basketball and, finally, stepping out in faith, he’s back on court for another shot at his dream...
HOOVEY is inspired by the true story of an amazing family's real-life rebound, based on the book, "Rebounding From Death's Door", written by Jeff Elliott.
Starring Patrick Warburton (Seinfeld, Rules of Engagement), Lauren Holly (Picket Fences), Cody Linley (Hannah Montana), & Alyson Stoner (Phineas and Ferb)
"HOOVEY is a terrific movie about overcoming life’s difficulties and hardships. This is a heartwarming movie. This heartwarming story easily earns our Dove ‘Family-Approved’ Seal for all ages." - The Dove Foundation
"HOOVEY is a story about holding onto faith even during the toughest of circumstances, and we see the Elliotts’ faith at every turn." - PluggedIn
Seven Days In Utopia - DVD
Luke Chisolm (Lucas Black) has the drive to become a professional golfer. Just when he's on the verge of going pro, however, he buckles under the pressure. In the aftermath of that crushing disappointment, Luke vanishes from the spotlight, uncertain if he'll ever return to the game again. Luke is driving through Texas when he crashes his car in the town of Utopia, and strikes up a friendship with Johnny Crawford (Robert Duvall), a rancher who knows more about the game of golf than the troubled young visitor realizes. Now, the more time Luke spends with Johnny, the more he begins to see life from a new perspective -- a perspective that will not only help Luke to make sense of where he's been in life, but where he's headed as well.