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Becca had it all: beauty, a successful fiance, and the job of her dreams. Everything was going according to her plan until the day she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the blink of an eye, her entire life came crashing down around her. The fiance ran off with some new fling. The dream job wouldn't wait for her to get better. The toll cancer took on her body made her feel like less than a woman. Broken and alone, she refused to leave the house. She wanted cancer to finish what it started. But in her darkest hour, she found a mysterious ray of hope in the most unlikely of places. Rated PG. Approx. 152 minutes.
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Allison JordanAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Great movie of healing and forgiveness!February 23, 2013Allison JordanAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This was a great movie about learning to forgive during our darkest hours. One person truly can make a difference and help others when they show the love of Christ. This movie was a little lengthy and sad at times but the message of hope was evident and has a powerful impact!
Dineen A. Miller4 Stars Out Of 5Tough Topic and Well Done!December 6, 2012Dineen A. MillerQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm a kind of a movie nut and find nothing more relaxing than giving myself permission to sit and watch a movie. I love this time to just kind of "check-out" and be entertained. Besides this is good research for a writer to see how characterization is handled and to get ideas. No, joking. For real and for true. (I did say I have to give myself permission here.) So here is another movie review for you:
1 Message is a story about a young woman named Becca who seems to have it all until she's diagnosed with breast cancer. Her life pretty much does a 180 and where the movie starts is at the end of that turn around and she is not a pretty picture. As the story progresses the story behind her story unfolds in bits and pieces and we slowly get the full picture of what brought Becca to this shut in place in her life. The title, 1 Message, refers to a single email message that is the catalyst to turning her life back around and Becca's journey back to the land of the living.
The movie is really done and the acting high caliber. Yes, this is a faith based film and in my opinion, one of the best kinds. I love stories like this where God's more in the background putting the pieces in place. Kind of like the book of Esther in the Bible. And the ending is far from predictable. It's a tad bittersweet but definitely full of encouragement and hope.
I definitely recommend this movie if you're looking for something on the more serious side but not too serious and with some great doses of humor. Inspiring, well done and time well spent being entertained with quality material (i.e. not a waste of your time).
ldgermanyRidgeland, MSAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Everyone needs this messageOctober 25, 2012ldgermanyRidgeland, MSAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4With October being breast cancer awareness month, this was a very appropriate movie to review. Becca is a young woman whose life falls to shreds when she is diagnosed with breast cancer. It was hard to watch her be so mistreated by her fiance', her mom and others during what was the hardest time of her life. It was also not difficult to see that she hardened her heart and decided to hide away.
Her brother reaches out to her by buying her a computer to try to reach through her shell. He encourages her to try to try one of her former loves: genealogy. When she does she finds a link to hope that she thought was completely lost.
While the plot and ending of this movie were very predictable, it was still an enjoyable movie to watch.
Watching this email made me wonder how many Becca's surround us on a daily basis?
Thank you to Echolight Studios for providing this DVD for review.
teachAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5October 16, 2012teachAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5i found this movie very emotional but lifting in the spiritual sense well acted and very insiring