The Hill Movie Review (Opening in Theaters on August 25th!)

This post may contain affiliate links. See my disclosure policy

Are you a fan of heart warming movies? I just finished watching The Hill, and I am thrilled to share my movie review with you! I really enjoyed this movie – it definitely has all the feels.

*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post done in partnership with The Hill. All opinions are 100% my own. 

Based on the true store of Rickey Hill who pursued his dream of playing pro baseball in spite of a degenerative spinal disease.

This movie delivers on so many levels. It will leave you with a sense of hope and the power of belief despite circumstances life has dealt. 

The Cast and Crew 

Starring Dennis Quaid, Colin Ford and Joelle Carter, this movie plays out in a laid back manner. This allows the viewer to connect with different characters as the story unfolds.

Supporting cast members include Bonnie Bedelia, Scott Glenn (superb in his portrayal of Red Murff) and Randy Houser. Additional cast include Jesse Berry, Mila Harris, Siena Bjournerud just to name a few.

This movie was well cast, and supporting characters added a much needed touch of humor. In addition, they adding substance to the overall movie plot and provided some great dialogue!

During the course of the movie, you will become immersed in the struggles of the characters and admire their grit and determination. 

Directed by Jeff Celentano and written by Angelo Pizzo, Scott Marshall Smith and Aric Hornig, they did an amazing job with the script.

The Hill Movie Review includes Cast members sitting in a doctors office

The Hill Movie Review and Synopsis

The Hill follows Rickey starting in his childhood, where a degenerative spinal disease has him wearing leg braces. His father (played aptly by Dennis Quaid) is a preacher, who is struggling to keep food on the table. 

In spite of their extreme poverty and his illness, Rickey dreams of playing baseball in the big leagues.

His siblings are his biggest supporters, while his dad wants to protect him from further damage to his frail body. Throughout the movie, themes of family, faith, and hope reverberate. 

Outspoken Gram (Bonnie Bedelia) shines in her scenes. A touch of humor is added by the character of Gracie in several appearances in the film. As the movie progresses, the family becomes more and more divided in their support of Rickey out of fear of further injuries.

This film is great for families, with life lessons on hope, overcoming obstacles and reaching for your dreams.

How to Get Tickets to see the Movie

The Hill opens in theaters on August 25th, and you can purchase your tickets in advance here

The Hill Movie Trailer

Watch the official movie trailer for The Hill here: 


Enter to Win Movie Tickets to See The Hill in Theaters

a Rafflecopter giveaway    

The Hill Movie in Theaters starting August 25th

This inspirational movie truly has all the feels, and I love that it is based on a true story. Rated PG, it is still a movie the whole family can enjoy.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email