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UNSTOPPABEL

By mxracer4life
Written September 25, 2013
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! Jeremy
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Go!!

By rdunnigan
Written October 04, 2013
Listen to the good reviews and don't listen to the negative people nitpicking. This movie is FANTASTIC!! He was very honest and thorough about why some people just don't get God and His ways but gave reasons as to why we should trust Him regardless. Kirk gave great examples and presented the message in a way that was understanding to non Christians too. Well done Kirk!!
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Unstoppable

By sportsmed
Written October 14, 2013
Kirk Cameron brings yet another inspiring, reality based movie to the big screen. It is a tear jerker - unless you don't believe in God. This movie is the story of Cameron's young friend who is dying, as Kirk struggles with accepting his friend's fate. Cameron explains his understanding of the bible beginning with Genesis with which he tries to understand why tragedy happens to people - especially people who don't deserve it. Cameron presents a pretty accurate understanding of biblical theology and this movie may be helpful for those struggling with tragedy in their lives. Does he come up with a rational conclusion - you'll have to watch the end to see.
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Find an answer to a big question

By jimv123
Written July 24, 2014
I enjoyed the way Kirk attacks a big question, "if GOD is loving, how could HE allow bad things to happen to good people?" Go see the movie and get equipped for a question seen on our college campuses and in our daily lives. Jim V
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Disappointed in UNSTOPPABLE

By January427
Written September 25, 2013
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.
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