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In this made for TV movie, based on a book by Debbie Macomber, Mrs. Miracle is the nickname given to a housekeeper (Doris Roberts) whose angelic touch extends to a pair of scallywag twins (Valin Shinyei and Michael Strusievici), their grieving father (James Van Der Beek), a single woman who's given up on her dreams (Erin Karplunk) and a school Nativity Pageant in need of a director.
Why Is Mrs. Miracle Rated Not Rated?
Mrs. Miracle is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Children’s antics cause minor property damage and frustration for caregivers. Characters wrestle as well as engage in snowball and pillow fights. A woman falls off a stage and is later shown wearing a neck brace. During a Nativity Pageant, children dresses as angels begin to sword fight.
Sexual Content: A couple kisses.
Language: A term of deity is used as an expletive.
Drugs and Alcohol: Characters drink at social occasions.
Other: A grieving character avoids talking about a deceased spouse. Another refuses to forgive a past offense.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Details on home video releases of Mrs. Miracle...
Mrs. Miracle, the made for TV movie based on the best selling book by Debbie Macomber, releases on DVD on December 16, 2010.