When the story of the kid who used his Make-a-Wish wish to be Batman started circulating the internet, I was immediately drawn in… and I absolutely wasn’t the only one. There are really not enough ways to say how incredible this documentary was. The documentary follows Miles, a five-year-old cancer survivor, as he goes through what has to be the most epic Make-a-Wish ever. The story unfolds from a simple wish to a plan to a production to a worldwide phenomenon. Every person involved just knocked it out of the park, starting with little Miles. It’s amazing.
I was cooking one night, and Garrett was still at work, so I decided to watch this movie. It was the first recommended new release on my Netflix home screen, so I went with it. Did not understand it at first as the filming is a little weird but eventually, I was paying attention and very interested. It’s a mockumentary about high school bullying. It was really good. Kind of think it needs to be required viewing. At one point, I had tears just streaming down my face.