Director: Lexi Alexander Cast: Uriah Shelton, James Handy, Ruben Studdard


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A talented young singer finds his life thrown into disarray when his Marine father is re-deployed to Afghanistan, his family home goes into foreclosure, and his embittered grandfather makes a mockery of his musical talents. With his father (Dash Mihok) overseas and his mother struggling with addiction, Henry Matthews Uriah Shelton enters a high profile singing competition with a $5,000 prize. Growing up, Henry and his dad bonded over music. Now Henry's father is gone, and his family is in crisis. Determined to keep his family together by whatever means necessary, Henry uses his voice - and the musical talents learned from his father - to carry his family through hard times.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/29/2015
UPC: 0818522012537
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG-13
Source: Filmrise
Time: 1:48:00
Sales rank: 21,032

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Uriah Shelton Actor
James Handy Actor
Ruben Studdard Special Appearance
Trace Adkins Actor

Technical Credits
Lexi Alexander Director,Screenwriter
Tommy Alastra Executive Producer
Deborah Aquila Casting
David Brower Cinematographer
Kurt Farquhar Score Composer
Stephen Gluck Executive Producer
Alan Hunter Co-producer
Hugh Hunter Co-producer
Peter Lang Co-producer
Justin Lieb Production Designer
Ray Masucci Executive Producer
Gregory Nussbaum Editor
Howard Paar Musical Direction/Supervision
Kris Petersen Executive Producer
Deborah DelPrete Producer
John Raatz Executive Producer
Derek Thornton Executive Producer
Tricia Wood Casting,Co-producer

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Lifted 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have three boys, 12, 9 and 6. I was looking for a movie that we could all enjoy and watch together. I stumbled across Lifted and thought we'd give it a try. Many tears, cheers, sighs and smiles later, this film has become one of our favorites. I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. Uriah Shelton is such a light through the whole fim, it's hard seeing anyone wanting to do him harm. Some of the subject matter was too mature for the boys but the goodness in Henry (Uriah) outweighed the bad. There is a very strong scene between Henry and his grandfather that was upsetting to the kids. They'd never been exposed to anything like it before and my youngest said, 'Mom, that is a very bad man.' Ol' Grandpa gets his later in the film and the kids are once again cheering. I am very surprised that a soundtrack was not produced from this film. I would have bought for all three of my boys.
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