As a Pastor I've come to expect quality from CBD. This isn't. It's a sham. Can't even call it Christian. Pathetic attempt at movie making. Take it out of inventory. Don't let people waist their money or time. I threw it in the garbage.
This unfortunate movie is an excercise in lackluster filmmaking. I work for a Christian media agency and a large part of my job is to screen Christian movies and television shows. This movie is composed of a patchy storyline (at it's best) and random flashes of stock footage (at it's worst). Do not buy this if it can be avoided. If you need it for some reason rent it (online rental agencies carry it). To fund this sort of disgrace should be frowned upon. It makes Christian media look like a joke.
Unfortunately, this film was thoroughly boring. It is based on a short story that a handicapped boy brings an empty egg to an Easter show-and-tell at school. The teacher thinks he didn't understand the instructions, but rather Jeremy meant to point out that Jesus' tomb was empty. Cute point, but the movie takes 90 minutes to tell this story. The "adrenaline-packed adventures of the navy fighter" are simply scenes in the movie that leave us puzzled what they have to do with the rest of the story line. There is a minute-long scene where the whole family unwraps Christmas presents, with no greater significance at all. I am sorry, I wish I could say this is a heart warming Christian movie, but really it was so boring in places, it was simply painful.