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Movie Name
Nothing is Impossible

Genre
Inspirational/faith-based

Release Date
October 6th

Synopsis
Take a center-court seat to a journey of transformation as Scott Beck gets a second chance at life and love. Can he let go of past pains and open himself to God’s purpose? Or will new challenges keep him from the future he always hoped  for?  



Trailer


Fun Facts
Nothing Is Impossible will be exclusively on Pure Flix starting October 6th!  

“Nothing is Impossible” is a movie about how to trust in God’s timing when it seems like none of our desires are being fulfilled in the way we hoped.  
• “Nothing is Impossible” teaches us that times of uncertainty are when we should lean into our faith and trust God has a plan for our lives.  

• This movie has a valuable lesson about how our past failures don’t define us. Instead, our reactions to past hurts can transform us.  

• “Nothing is Impossible” teaches us the importance of forgiving ourselves and forgiving others for past mistakes.  


My Review
**Disclosure** Many thanks to Pure Flix/Momentum Influencer Network for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own. 
Nothing is Impossible is a heartwarming film about a man getting a second chance at his life's dream, and a second chance at love. It's a feel-good movie that will make you realize you're never too old to reach for your dreams. Life's too short to spend it dwelling on the past. Mistakes, what-ifs, and other such things of that nature shouldn't cloud your mind and or take over your life. Even when things seem a bit bleak, having a little bit of faith can't hurt.
This movie follows Scott Beck, an almost-forty-year-old man who happened to be a star basketball player in high school. Unfortunately, his dreams of playing professional ball never came about, and now he's living in a trailer, all alone, working as a high school janitor. The only person who seems to believe he can be something more is the basketball coach, and Scott's best friend, Nick. Nick may have anger issues he's working on (with the help of some beef jerky), and he may have dreams of becoming a pastor one day, but he's a good guy who keeps Scott from getting too down on himself. 
When Scott's ex, Ryan, announces that the basketball team she owns is hosting open tryouts to find some new, less problematic players, Scott decides to take a leap of faith and see if maybe his dream can come true this time. And maybe, just maybe, he'll get that second chance with Ryan as well.
This is a wonderful movie, and it features the always delightful Robert Amaya. I'm not a huge fan of basketball, but I enjoyed this movie. It's a story with a good message, letting viewers know it's okay if life doesn't always turn out the way we might expect it to, but to never give up on things. Whether it's still aiming for that ultimate goal/dream or living a simpler, easy life, having faith in yourself and/or putting your trust in a higher power will always be a good thing. And it proves that you're never too old to do whatever you set your mind to. 
If you're feeling a bit down and need a pick-me-up, give Nothing is Impossible a watch. 

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