Written July 29, 2015
This movie has a powerful message based on the realities of life; the acting is superb. This movie is not suited for children.
Written March 29, 2015
A story that is blissful to watch; you'll cry tears of joy and sadness. Most of the audience did, and they clapped at the end too! The pace is just right, characters are quite believably acted, especially Papa Joe. This movie is best for children who are in their early teens (12 or older) will better understand the story and its subtle messages.
If you're tired of the generic Hollywood offerings with lots of violence, childish humor, and more effects than acting talent, Unconditional has an easy-to-follow story with lots of twists and turns, and skillfully ends with a subtle message of hope for us all.
Written July 05, 2015
My husband and I went to see this movie yesterday and honestly I didn't know what to expect. I knew it probably had a Christian message and let's face it --most "Christian" movies are substandard and subpar. There was nothing subpar about this movie. It was perfectly cast. Also, the movie was not preachy at all. There was a message of hope but it would inspire both Christians and non-Christians alike. This was Michael Ealy's best performance to date. This movie truly made me want to get out of my easy middle class lifestyle to go out and make a difference in communities less fortunate. Truly inspiring!
Written April 28, 2015
This is a movie that is both entertaining and provides the viewer with something worthwhile to consider after the movie has ended. The plot takes a number of unexpected turns and hits at the heart of our tendency to focus on our griefs and trials which leads many times to a thirst for revenge at worst and a rush to judgment at best. The acting was very good and the actors certainly fit their parts. Absolutely recommend this as a worthwhile movie.
Written February 03, 2015
This is the best movie I have seen in a long long time. It keeps you engaged and is full of everything from suspense to the joy of children. Brent McCorkle weaves these stories together perfectly!