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Not Today lacks compassion

By BGemdron
Written April 15, 2013
Not Today was highly disappointing. The rich kid is arrogant,and selfish and he displayed a total lack of love and compassion by reminding the dad several times that he sold his daughter into slavery. Instead of showing God's love and acceptance of the Dalits in India , and sharing the message of the gospel, it focuses on the rich kids lack of faith, until he finally realizes he needs God's help. The movies approach to slavery in India failed miserably to show any real solution to the issue at hand.
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Poorly Made, Bad Acting, Missed Opportunity

By arcintraining08
Written April 13, 2013
I had such hopes for this movie, thinking it would bring awareness and possibilities of what might be done to eradicate the world-wide problem of slavery today. Instead, the movie focuses on a spoiled, rich kid and his family and the worn out tale of how "God abandoned" him, his family and friends repeatedly encourage him to pray and trust that he was never really abandoned, and he ultimately, of course, prays hard and finds out that they were all right. Meanwhile, a little girl in India is sold by her father, rich kid and the father traipse through several cities to find her and buy her back, then rich kid goes home to sunny, comfortable OC to remember how fortunate he is while others are not. Statistics on slavery were shown amidst the credits. Nothing realistic about this movie at all. The only pain I had was trying to decide if I should stay or leave.
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Looks good

By jragusa538
Written April 09, 2013
I can tell this is going to win or be nominated for some awards.!
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Not Today

By cwberg
Written October 29, 2014
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GREAT

By DanielBecerra6
Written April 17, 2013
Very well produced with a good story line. Eye opening and encouraging to take action.
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