Critics Say


For Parents



By lrlephart
Written October 04, 2013
Our family loved the film. We didn't know what to expect going into it. Anyone who stands up for Jesus Christ and spreads the word of God gets five stars in our book. It was creatively made and I believe it will prompt conversation, thought, and a desire to learn more about God. There's no problem allowing your children to watch this.
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By jklm567
Written October 05, 2013
Was very disappointed... was more of a Bible Store memorial for his lost friend - and that is okay if that is what had been publicized. With all the hype and limited showings and no senior discounts allowed I expected a moving movie of folks who had been thru difficult times and their faith was unstoppable. Have always admired Kirk Cameron and his Christian testimony....but Will be very hesitant to fall for another hype - Was not worth the $25 my husband and I spent.
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Sorry Kirk, but thought it was awful

By txwyseone
Written March 01, 2015
Love Kirk and all he does to forward the Gospel but... I walked out of this movie, it was so bad. It seems as if it was geared for those people who have absolutely no knowledge of the bible. The images, scenes, and camera shots were either way too long or way too short (IE: seizure causing) Of course I am over the age of 20 and maybe this movie wasn't meant for my generation to see. I waited for about an hour and 15 minutes for this movie to get better, but it only got worse and had to get out of there. I will consider the $25 we spent as a donation to Kirk's causes.
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By admin517
Written January 30, 2015
Because I like Kirk and everything he does, I had high hopes that this movie was top tier like other research movies I have seen. This movie made clear what God did and why he did it. The thing I noted most was it seemed God reacted towards mankind due to misdeeds and acting out; I see it as God forewarning re pending doom, earthquakes, famine, flooding, because he cares about us and he foreknew tragic events would occur..It is his planet. In mercy, he gives a heads up--Don't eat it--there are consequences; build a boat. Noah survived because he believed God's warning--and the others didn't. Whatever the case, everybody gets the chance to opt in out right or wrong--the goodness of God vs the free-will of man. But Kirk did well to tell it the way he sees it--God wiped out mankind to get a fresh restart, or it was a warning - Either way, it was a good movie especially for folks knowing little about our planet's history and God's heart for his creation.
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By lisasunshine22
Written October 05, 2013
I love that Kirk chooses to use his platform to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This movie addresses one of the most often asked questions but all , especially those who are unsaved, why do bad things happen to good people. People use this line of reasoning to turn away from God everyday. Please watch and understand that God is in control, God is unstoppable and He is the source of LOVE, not anger, resentment....God loves you!
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