Written April 19, 2015
What a great movie to show people that everyone can change their life with the help of God. Proud of the producers and cast for doing such a great job. I hope it will help a lot of people. Thankful to belong to the CELEBRATE RECOVERY family!
Written February 12, 2016
I went to see this with my family and friends and I was inspired by the message of HOPE. So many people can relate to the story line and know that there is hope in Jesus through using Celebrate Recovery as a tool, from any hurt, hang up or habit. The main character struggled with alcoholism but others went through the program for other struggles and found healing through Jesus with using the recovery program as a tool. I wasn't the only one that left the theater encouraged.
Written November 29, 2015
I loved the movie. It showed me how you never know a person's true story, just by looking at their public persona. We all have a past that has affected our lives, and each of us turns to different things to deal with these hurts.
I felt such a connection with the main character, no matter how bad he got, I just really liked the guy. By the end of the movie, I cared about all the characters in the movie.
These setting for this film, the small town, brought back so many memories of when my kids played baseball.
Great for families. It can open up some discussions that can be healing.
Written October 05, 2015
I went to see the movie twice this weekend! This is a great story of the hope that comes through Jesus Christ! Love it and will own it on DVD when it comes out.
Written April 20, 2013
This is a great movie about hope, forgiveness, redemption, love, and grace. It's also a movie about desperation, mistakes, victimization, abuse, and addiction. It doesn't glamorize the addiction nor make the 12 step program, Celebrate Recovery, seem like a cake-walk. It does show that, with God, true change is possible.
The acting is great. Scott Elrod is amazing in the lead role of the down and out, alcoholic pro ball player who has made a shambles of his life with one bad mistake after another. While this movie is not for kids, it is a great movie with a timeless message, and I highly recommend it!