Miracle in Lane 2

 (132)6.11 h 29 min2000G
A disabled boy strives to compete in a soapbox derby.
Frankie MunizRick RossovichMolly Hagan
English [CC]
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Patrick Levis
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Gary W. PhelpsReviewed in the United States on June 28, 2016
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This is a true story about a 12 year old boy who was born with a birth defect known as hydrocephalus (water on the brain). He was handicapped and required to have a shunt to drain fluid off of his brain. He was left physically challenged for the rest of his life. The DVD movie, Miracle in Lane 2 is about this 12 year old boy named Justin Yoder. Justin Yoder won the national championship in the famous Soap Box Derby, and introduced the hand-brake that is know as the Yoder hand-brake. In the foibles of youth, Justin met a neighbor how lost his daughter in a swimming accident;
this same Father had his daughter racing in the Soap Box Derby. The neighbor had compassion for Justin and agreed to help him learn to race
in the soap box derby competitions. Then Justin's family became involved. The young actor, Frankie Muniz was the superb selection for the role of Justin Yoder and had the precocious talent to re-enact how Justin learned perseverance can overcome barriers. Frankie Muniz is gifted and worthy of a five-star rating! This is an ideal family movie and I have discreetly used it for families who have exceptional challenges. Disney has a super track record for movies with moral meanings anyone can learn from.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on May 31, 2018
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Great Movie For The Whole Family!
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I’ve seen this movie before, and I was so excited to see it had come out on DVD. That I ordered it yesterday, and it’s coming on Saturday. The Disney Channel doesn’t play any good movies anymore. Specifically not this one.

As someone who was born with a disability, and spent a lot of time in hospitals since birth from all of the 50 surgeries I’ve had. I can relate to Justin, and his family. I know it’s hard on the parents having to watch their child go through many many operations, and hospital stays.

But, you develop perserverance from it as Justin had. I know I did. I highly recommend every family should watch this movie. It’s a real eye opener to teach kids about not being afraid of someone in a wheelchair.
ddbReviewed in the United States on June 15, 2016
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A Great Movie
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A great movie--the plot is based on the true story of Justin Yoder. It is very professional--good acting, good filming, good plot development. It has a good balance of character and emotions related to a disability. A family with a disabled member has many challenges, and this movie portrayed them quite realistically, and yet quite up-beat. It left the viewer with much to ponder.
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TjReviewed in the United States on July 12, 2019
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What any concept 4 movie that a disabled boy in a wheelchair wanted to be like his big brother but it could do a sports like his big brother could so he had a good thought of being a soapbox racer driver
Michael EscarenoReviewed in the United States on February 15, 2017
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but it did make me wish that they had this type of fun. When I was a kid
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Watched it with my niece, and kinda got to me, but it did make me wish that they had this type of fun. When I was a kid, I would have loved to make a project like this box karts that was in the movies. Hell maybe in time I might just do that, and see how my niece would like to take a road trip to race one.
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jo b.Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2020
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Family friendly entertainment
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The message! Good movie & teaching tool for a growing family about relationships, neighbors, grief, disabilities, motivation & community.
Ruth BolinskiReviewed in the United States on June 20, 2017
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Excellent Service; Highly Recommend to others
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ladybugReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2019
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