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Batkid movie released by Make-a-wish; Miles Scott makes even Batman proud

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The Batkid movie was released by the Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area as the organization celebrated the wish they helped grant of Miles Scott. The five-year-old leukemia patient wanted to be the sidekick to Batman and fight crime. As the world watched, San Francisco turned itself into Gotham City for a day and the youngster had his moment. According to the Tucson Weekly on Friday, Miles Scott isn’t done making people smile as a new video of his journey was released.

This isn’t your typical YouTube video that shows how a kid’s special wish has been granted. It’s much more than that. The movie offers a glimpse on how the entire community got involved and even the San Francisco police chief is in the film. From the moment the child arrives at his last decision, the love seen in the video pours from everyone involved in the project.

Fans from around the world watched as the Batkid had his wish played out before the cameras, and the new video offers the results of his efforts. Viewers are left with strong emotions of compassion, joy and moments of deep appreciation as Miles Scott is just a cutie. Even Batman has to agree this is the perfect movie for anyone to enjoy.


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