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It was ok...

By roxannevidaurre
Written September 25, 2013
This movie was ok. I expected Kirk to include interviews/more stories shared from other people, to reach a conclusion with a final answer to the question. But he didn't. The whole film was based on his assessment alone. I feel he dragged for too long on the single subject of creation. It was too vague for me; i was expecting more solid points/conclusions. The intent for the message is good... I just dont feel the execution kept up. Im still happy i went to support this and all christian films.
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Unstoppable

By casabella35
Written September 26, 2013
This movie is a must see for believers and non believers. Kirk Cameron breathes new life into the theatre experience by presenting it as a live event. He also does a fantastic job of answering the question that we all have or will have at one time in our life....If God is so good...then why does He allow bad things to happen to good people?" I guarantee you will walk away without a doubt, that God in His infinite Love & Mercy is an "Unstoppable" force! I give this movie 3 stars!!
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Not a good movie for the weak of faith

By mjkc00
Written September 25, 2013
OK story, but too much time spent showing how bad and mean God is. I understand it may have been necessary to prove a point and set the stage for the movie, but if anyone was weak in faith, I think they would have completely fallen away from God (wow, God is worse than I thought). Unless your faith is strong (luckily mine is), the movie didn't really help explain how people are actually strengthened by the bad things happening in their life. The examples were a stretch. The actual live broadcast appeared to be more of an ad for the university. It had a couple of good songs and a couple of good examples of bad things that happened to good people, but still hard to walk away feeling good or strengthened. It may have been better for the live broadcast to have continued for additional discussion after the movie. The movie just ended, credits rolled and once finished, thank you came up and lights back on. Ending at the university may have helped.
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This movie is an answer to my prayers!

By blerch138
Written September 25, 2013
Ever since my youngest son passed on into Jesus's arms, I've been concerned over the lack of care shown by the church to those experiencing the unexpected death of a loved one, especially a child, whose death disrupts mankind's order of life. It's easy for those who are grieving to become angry with God and become what I call "God haters". This film powerfully delivers a bigger prospective, Biblically based answers, to why God allows suffering and death to happen when He could prevent it. This movie was so powerful that I'm still digesting it today, almost 24 hours later! I pray that this movie's message motivates Christians to live out their faith to the full. We MUST wake up and start reaching out with love to those who are running from God, including those who have turned their back on God after a tragedy.
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Unstoppable

By marciahicks
Written August 21, 2014
I thought the movie gave a clear answer to the question and I was glad I went. I thought it was long in getting to the point. The presentation of the Word was clear but the tone was flat and sorta unenthusiastic. I wish there were more details about the boy's life and how his family coped with the illness and his death. The death of any child is painful but I wasn't involved enough to be very emotional. I admire Kirk Cameron for his work and hope he continues with this venue. Maybe a little more story telling and less preaching.
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