It was too nice. Everyone was nice. There were no antagonists to give the movie some bite. It certainly was not a Lifetime movie. It was more like a Hallmark movie that was shown on Lifetime. I had no problem with any of the actors, other than everyone was so nice. I was hoping to see a few more divine magic tricks besides the flower, the phone and the door. Rather mundane. The boy Cody reminded me of a young John Connor and a young Jason Bateman. That's a good thing. It would have been a little helpful if the dad and the principal didn't look alike. The movie dragged on a little too much in the last half hour. The electronic music was less than stellar. For the principal to be become the next Mark Gordon, I was hoping he'd be a little feistier. But he's just nice, like everyone else. A nice movie that set the table for a nice TV show.