Reunited at the funeral of a hometown hero---and inspired by his faithful witness---three estranged friends find tensions escalating as personal secrets are revealed. Can Jeremy break out of an unhealthy love triangle? Can his fiancee, Rachel, rekindle their relationship? And will skeptical Gary make peace with God? Stars John Schneider, David White, and Stacey Keanan. Approx. 90 minutes.
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One of THE best movies!
This movie was good in every way possible! Excellent story...acting..comical...and so much to learn from the message given. It's a movie that you don't just watch once but go back again for more! Watch it...you won't regret it!
November 17, 2013
What a great ending twist!
This film was incredible in the way it blended the ' hot topics' of today's society so well within each character. John Schneider is a great actor and his humorous spin to the way the non-believer views Christianity and asks questions was really good. Makes one think about our message to the unbeliever and where the love and grace of God is as we meet those without Christ. It was powerful. I thought it very amazing however that in the final 5 minutes of the film, there was a twist.....as I am sure other viewers must have also thought Chris's life took a tragic ending. Film well done.
September 23, 2013
This is a great lesson on humility and how people can change when the Lord is convicting.
October 24, 2012
My favorite modern/current movie!
This movie has touched me so very deeply; it is the kind of movie that one even gets more and more out of--with each viewing.
I would venture to guess that even the producers had no idea how deep this would run in the heart of a Christian...(and I have not seen a bad review on this movie). I would love to see more movies and "books" on this venue.
It deals with the concept of judgmental-ism. Deep down, I think we can identify with all these characters in our daily walk.
Thereby, I think this movie helps us to grow. I know what it did/does for me.
Furthermore, the characters are so very likeable. Each character is very developed because the script is so well written.
I am a complete fan of this movie, and I am not sure if I ever watched one movie so often.
Not only would I give this movie more than five stars, I would give each actor/actress ten stars as well!
Another thing that is so cool, is that most of the main characters seem to have leading roles...they are all that important to the movie and the point.
Corin Nemec's (who plays Michael Stover) soft gentle voice and reflection brings this movie to life, and Autumn Paul (who plays Rhonda Mirfin) brings a character to the screen that makes us think about our own walk and the times we may have laid someone out on the street somewhere by what we have said. That is where this movie takes us for a ride of our own contemplation. Truly, an outstanding performance by all the cast.
Even more, there is something about the golden Polaroid filters in this movie that invite us to stay for a while. I greatly enjoyed the sets and the coloring that only seemed to enhance the theme of tender and emotional moments and even funny moments.
If you venture into this movie, stick around for the last few scenes...this is what makes you want to plug this movie back in the player soon...to see it again and let the message once again stir your heart.
September 28, 2012