Written November 26, 2015
Great movie! This is a good movie to watch after reading the book "wild at heart" by John Eldridge. Talk about a movie that stirs something up inside. I loved it! All the glory goes to our God!
Written July 31, 2015
I was disappointed. I love Kirk Camerson.....love that he is such a spokesman for Christ and the gospel, But in the preview, he made it sound like it was going to be about.....where is God when bad things happen?......and it was more about Kirk just preaching the gospel. I think the audiences were mainly believers already who wanted answers ........not ones who needed creation, and flood explained to them.
Written September 26, 2013
Kirk is a great story-teller and this is the greatest story ever. Some scenes are a little intense (for kids anyway) and some of the stylized sequences are probably too long but all-in-all it was well worth the admission price. I think the current generation of "young people" could certainly gain a fresh perspective on the "why do bad things happen to good people" question by seeing this "movie".
Written August 29, 2015
This film was very well done. If you have any questions about the Big Picture of the bible, this answers those questions and so much more.
Written May 04, 2016
There isn't much "acting" in this film as that is not its message. Kirk does an excellent job of taking some of the most salient stories in the Bible and quickly re-creating them in order to back up his comments with visuals. This film is about real life.
The message is for all people, and Kirk is to be commended for even making this film. Perhaps the funniest part is when Kirk brings his ideas for his film to the mainstream producers, etc.
If you have questions about why you are here, why things happen the way they do and/or are just searching for answers, try this film!