Bradley Whitford stars as Mitch Albom (Tuesdays with Morrie) in this adaptation of the bestselling author's memoir about his time spent penning his rabbi's eulogy. Acclaimed actor Laurence Fishburne proves his versatility in his role of a reformed criminal-turned-preacher who gets a second chance in life. Although the film spans many months, there's a distinct faith-based theme, making it perfect for the holidays.
Starring: Laurence Fishburne, Martin Landau, Bradley Whitford more hide
Henry Covington: Laurence Fishburne
Rabbi Albert Lewis: Martin Landau
Mitch Albom: Bradley Whitford
Director: Jon Avnet
Written by: Mitch Albom
Produced by: Andrew Gottlieb
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