Written September 25, 2016
I really loved the message of this film. Bad things happen to good people but it's not the end of the story. There were parts of the film that were difficult to watch because of a strobe-like effect for me. Some moments the music was louder than I personally would have liked, but it didn't detract from the movie. We took our almost 12 year old and she understood what was going on. We all choked up several times. We would love to see more movies without the vulgarity and indecent behavior that is so prevalent today. Please bring us more movies that teach kids and families morals, modest behavior. I enjoy watching movies where you feeling like talking about the story or issues rather than take a shower to scrub off the filth.
Written October 10, 2013
This was a great movie that did not blame all the ills of the world on God. This refreshing film illustrated the human struggle, and even in the midst of his or her struggle triumphed because of grace, and mercy.
Written September 27, 2013
I had purchased tickets ahead of time as I did not want to miss this. Had about 5 theaters to choose from for an 8:00 PM showing.
Got involved in something I couldn't get out of and missed it. Sounds fabulous, would love to get the DVD.
Glad to see all enjoyed it.
Written September 25, 2013
The 8pm show was sold out so we stayed up and attended the 10:45pm show. The opening with Kirk at Liberty University was very good and moving. Once the movie started my biggest problem was the sound level. I had to watch a good part of it with my fingers in my ears! That got uncomfortable so I just tried to stay awake and finish watching this movie. This is a technical problem at my particular theater I am guessing and not a reflection on Kirk or his presentation.
The movie has a good story about faith in and through sorrows. I must admit I dozed off a bit because of the late hour but what I saw had a strong punch and sincerity. The Garden of Eden/Cain and Abel section needed a bit of editing in my opinion, but in all this did not subtract from the affect.
Written June 01, 2016
I felt more like I was at a sermon than a movie. I really thought this was going to be a movie about a persons life that lost the battle with cancer and how their faith in Christ helped them through the issues. They also posed the question "Why do bad things happen to good people." I do not feel they gave any type of adequate response, and this question / statement was mentioned numerous times.