Tyson’s Run Movie Review

If you are excited about the upcoming Hallmark Christmas in July (featuring cheesy fan-favorite holiday movies) or enjoy movies like Overcomer and War Room, I’m sure you’ll really enjoy this new feel-good, family-friendly movie, “Tyson’s Run”, which my family found to be the perfect warm-hearted movie to watch on our weekly family movie night. Tyson’s Run is not only relatable, but also a beautiful picture of the rewards of dreams, determination, and relationships when we don’t quit.

When fifteen-year-old Tyson attends public school for the first time, his
life is changed forever. While helping his father clean up after the football team,
Tyson befriends champion marathon runner Aklilu. Never letting his autism hold him
back, Tyson becomes determined to run his first marathon in hopes of winning his
father’s approval. With the help of an unlikely friend and his parents, Tyson learns that with faith in yourself and the courage to take the first step, anything is possible.

Tyson’s Run is a movie we can all relate to. Tyson’s longing to be accepted by his father leads him to push himself further than anyone might have thought possible. Ultimately, it is a heart-warming story of overcoming odds, changing perceptions, and of love winning. Don’t miss this story of faith, courage, grit, and unlikely alliances for a teen on the autism spectrum.

You don’t have to wait, get it now on DVD or digital.

GIVEAWAY: I am very excited to announce that one lucky reader will receive a digital copy of Tyson’s Run by commenting on this post & sharing your favorite Christian movie. your favorite Christian movie. Giveaway ends July 5th and winner will be picked July 6th.

Many thanks to Collide Distribution for providing a sample of the product for this re-
view. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

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Published by Samantha Sali

Image-bearer. Jesus-seeker. Wife. Mother. Writer. Artist.

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