Written October 04, 2015
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 May 27, 2016
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 September 25, 2013
Great storytelling of the factual Bible, by Kirk Cameron. Questioning a God Who would allow such things as cancer and devastating loss of a child - yet showing how God is merciful and loving - if you know the Bible accurately, one can make sense of it. But you have to understand the entire story of creation and the divine power of 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".