Neale Donald Walsch's mega-super-stupid-selling New Age self-help book comes to a theater near you. Laid out like a Hallmark Channel biopic, the film tells the story of how Walsch (played by Canadian Henry Czerny) got into an accident, broke his neck, lost his job, became homeless, got another job and started talking to God. It's not nearly as interesting a story as Walsch would lead you to believe. Devotees of Walsch's words will be happy to see them repeated here. (Free sample: "Working at a job you don't like? That's not a living, that's a dying.") Newcomers won't be all that enligtened by the sentimental story and overly obvious philosophy.109 minutes PG.