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!
Written May 01, 2016
Although there were a few pretty graphic scenes, I think it helped intensify the gravity of the particulare part of the story. Kirk is an awesome presenter of Christianity and information. He is inspiring and the film leaves a lasting impression! I hope it comes out on DVD also.
Written October 04, 2013
I was really looking forward to this movie as I have done with all of the other Kirk Cameron series movies. However, I enjoyed the first 1/2 hour or so much more before the actual movie started. I was anticipating it with the highest regards..... but was left somewhat bored and wondering when it was going to end. It was really dragging and I found myself and my wife looking at each other with a sort of bewildered look during the movie.
Written December 01, 2015
Kirk Cameron has given people something to think about. The question, "Where is God when bad things happen?" has been around a long time. This new look (perspective) may help people see things from a different angle. I believe it is the right angle from which we need to view the tough things in our lives. No, it doesn't make things change or go away, nor does it give a pat answer to "why", but it does provide a framework for delivering peace. Take a look - open you mind and heart. This may be the pathway to escape a culture of death and enter a culture of life. Think about!
Written February 09, 2016
Personally the sound in the theatre was a bit loud. My husband thought it was just fine. We were the first to arrive so we were able to sit where we wanted. The theatre was full and sold out.
Didn't expect the introduction at Liberty University but interesting content. Would have liked to listen to a Q&A session after the movie with some of the students discussing the movie and its content.
The movie answered some questions but gave more to think about also. Some of the camera movement was visually troubling to me at times. Over all the movie was good and the subject was relevant to our current world. There were some parts I would like to see again. Glad we attended the event. Recommend this movie for teens to adult; not a movie that kids under 12 would understand well on their own.
If I had just lost a loved one, I would have cried through out the movie but it gave me things to think about. Thought provoking movie.