The one thing going for this film is that it is different from any other Hallmark Christmas movie in that it’s very emotional. We have a teenager who’s full of life and is suddenly struck with a heart condition leaving him in need of a new heart. There are a lot of things left unexplained about the heart condition other than the fact that he has one. Then you have the problem that everyone in that situation goes through – the fact that praying for a heart to become available means someone else has to die. It’s a dilemma; you don’t want to wish for someone else’s pain, but you also want the best for your family. The film touches on that but doesn’t dive deep into the dilemma – that’s the case with all Hallmark films. The mother is a woman of faith, but there is no mention of God or Jesus – just praying. Some moments run slow and there are moments of sorrow that seems rather shallow. Although this film has good intentions, it really isn’t a feel-good Christmas movie and isn’t worth a watch.