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Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 biographical television drama film directed and co-produced by Thomas Carter, written by John Pielmeier, and starring Cuba Gooding J. Kimberly Elise and Aunjanue Ellis.

Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 biographical television drama film directed and co-produced by Thomas Carter, written by John Pielmeier, and starring Cuba Gooding J. The film is based on the autobiography of neurosurgeon (and later politician) Ben Carson, which was co-written by Cecil Murphey and published under the same title in 1990. A Johnson & Johnson Spotlight Presentation, the movie premiered on TNT on Saturday, February 7, 2009.

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Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 television drama film directed by Thomas Carter, starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Kimberly Elise. It is a movie based on the life story of neurosurgeon Ben Carson from 1961 to 1987

Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story is a 2009 television drama film directed by Thomas Carter, starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. It is a movie based on the life story of neurosurgeon Ben Carson from 1961 to 1987. In 1987, Dr. Ben Carson (Cuba Gooding, J. travels to Germany to meet a couple, Peter and Augusta Rausch, who have twins conjoined at the back of their heads. Dr. Carson believes he might be able to successfully separate them, but realizes that he also risks losing one or both of them. After explaining the risk, and despite that fact, Ben agrees to operate.

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works medical miracles. Filled with fascinating case histories, this is the dramatic and intimate story of Ben Carson's struggle to beat the odds - and of the faith and.

Benjamin Solomon "Ben" Carson, S. . is an American neurosurgeon and the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States by President George W. Bush in 2008.

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Nilabor
When I first saw this movie on TNT in January 2009 I was so impressed I began an immediate search for a copy to show my adult children and my grandchildren. This movie is so inspiring for school students, for mothers, for any adult who has not had the self-discipline (myself) to do what is necessary to reach important goals. The message is "If Ben Carson could overcome all he overcame--I can do what I need to do." Now, he did have a few assets - a phenomenal mother; a core belief in God; a willingness to learn; an unusual amount of morality. He certainly deserves all the wonderful things that came into his later life. I could not find the movie in January, so I read several of his books--a good idea even if you see the movie. He has more to offer than the movie could possibly show. This movie may never win a Hollywood oscar, but it is #1 on my list of family movie greats.
BlackHaze
This movie is an inspiring story on every level. I would not have heard of this autobiographical story except for Dr. Ben Carson's run for the presidency this year. He grew up in tremendous poverty in inner-city Detroit, and was well down the road to failure. All he had going for him was his single mother, who was illiterate but deeply faithful. She would not let her boys give up. When they wanted to watch television, she demanded they read books each week and report to her. An adolescent crisis turned young Ben to faith, and cemented his commitment to scholarship.

His increasing achievements in university and medical school were not enough to fully blunt the idiotic prejudices of a few people in his career. Dr. Carson overcame these obstacles the way minorities often do: by working harder and achieving more. Dr. Carson became a pioneer in pediatric neurosurgery, becoming the first to separate conjoined twins joined at the head in a 24-hour marathon operation in 1987.

Dr. Carson appears in a cameo in the movie with his wife - see if you can spot him! He is interviewed in a special feature, and is astonishingly humble and genial for such a phenomenally talented man. I will only add that I expect America to benefit from his public service starting next year.

No, not everyone is capable of doing everything. Nevertheless, this movie should inspire the hopeless, who have given up on improving their lives: you can do better!
Samulkree
This movie planted a seed in the mind of my 10 year old. Hearing the story of this AMAZING man and then watching him run for president and now head of HUD, Dr Carson made a HUGE impression. Meanwhile his mother made an impression on ME! So encouraging and wonderful. I never thought a movie could change our lives. But it did. My son wants to be a surgeon now. He's 11 and is already highly interested in orthopedics. Thank you Ben and Mama Carson. I owe ya.
Kamuro
Ben Carson is a great doctor and a good man. Ben Carson came from hard life beginnings but he had one of the types of mom's that inspire one to make a difference with their lives. The DVD chronicles the life story of Ben Carson a man who grew up from humble beginnings to become a doctor of some note at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospitals. The story unfolds nicely in the DVD and some parts are over-dramatized but all in all the story plays out well.

In real life Ben Carson has morphed into an ultra conservative mouthpiece. Ben Carson spouts the conservative line which is fine since I value freedom of speech even when I do not agree entirely with what is being shared. I understand where Ben Carson's values originate because; my grandmother was a hard core republican. My grandmother also drilled into me strong moral values, personal responsibility and self reliance rather than being chronically dependant.

In looking at Gifted hands I saw so much of my own upbringing and you can't augue with success. My grandmother was a hard core republican as such she taught us all how to play the game of building for future success. I was taught the the same values as Ben Carson. I was encouraged to dream big and let nothing or no one stop me. I was taught I could achieve anything I set my mind to doing my race not withstanding. While I did not do as well as Ben carson, I did do extremely well for a black autistic kid everyone felt should be institutionalized and forgotten.

Gifted Hands has a great message that says success is accessible but only if you apply yourself and keep fighting for success even as avenues to success appear few and far between. the message in Gifted Hands is both powerful and great even IF you don't happen to like Ben Carson's hardcore conservative politics. The message of Gifted Hands is one of fighting to achieve success even when doing so is a struggle of epic proportions. Gifted hands inspires those who watch and for that it earns my five star rating.
interactive man
WOW!! I've always had a soft spot for Cuba Gooding, Jr. and again he gives a stellar performance in showing us how one can do anything you put your mind to if you have the faith, a good mother, a great wife and a desire to do your best and to constantly strive to rise above oneself whenever possible. This story, which is based on true incidents tells all of us that if we really want, we can become the best of the best, if that is our desire.