Written September 25, 2016
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.
Written July 27, 2016
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 May 05, 2016
The movie was great! It was everything I had hoped for . . . something I can't usually say after seeing a movie. Do it again Kirk :)
Unfortunately the venue was disappointing. They added a second theater as the first one sold out. They should have added a third as it was far too crowded in both rooms. Clearly there was technology problems as well. The picture was good for the most part, but there was a misplaced frame every 10 seconds or so at different parts of the film. I'm not sure if that was a problem at the source end that affected all viewing locations, or if it was just local at our viewing location. And then there was the time the film just stopped for about 5 seconds. What was that? I'm not sure if I just imagined it, but when the film started again, it seemed to be a lower resolution.
Again, the film was great! But when I pay full price to go see a film, I expect the picture to be flawless, and I expect to be able to sit beside my wife to watch the film :(
Written February 20, 2017
AWESOME! A MUST SEE! At times, we all question why bad things happen to good people. As you will see in this movie, Christians are not immune to tough times but what we all must remember is that God is with us, through good and bad - he's there! This movie is a reminder to all Christians but also a welcome to those who aren't sure...
Liberty University and Kirk Cameron - keep these movies coming! How about that - SOLD OUT even after facebook and utube banned this UNSTOPPABLE movie - shame on you! I've never been a part of facebook or utube nor will I ever be for that very reason!
Written April 26, 2017
I think I was looking for more hard core answers to those hard questions. As a Christian, the answer he gave via his movie were acceptable, but as a non-believer, it is difficult to understand his point of view.
As a non-believer, it is still too hard to understand that a good God would take your child away. I have three friends who lost their young sons...I have no words of comfort for them. For them, life didn't begin upon their sons death, theirs lives, as moms ended. How do I explain that a good God took their sons to begin or continue life.
I would like to see another Kirk Cameron movie, but I would like to see the movie geared towards non-believers.
The movie, I believe was more for adults than children. The cinematography and writing were creative and clear, but again, it was written for the believer.
Over all the movie was inspirational.
Thanks for your hard work.