Disappointing that the bar for most faith-based films is so low. Corny acting, bizarre special effects and loads of Biblical misrepresentations almost made us turn this off. If you can survive to the 2nd half, the writing does improve and there are some good underlying messages. Too bad the 'packaging' is so poor. Low budget doesn't have to be brutal! To honour Christ, our films should be nothing less than excellent. As alternatives, try "How to Save a Life" or "Unconditional."
I had seen this movie before and thought this is something I can share with my ladies Sunday group that needs a laugh and it would be something that they could take home and watch on their free time. This movie shows even pastors, the wealthy, models, babies, and so on can have problems but putting our trust in God during the storm is the only answer. Next I'm getting it in bu-ray.
We had never heard anything about this movie, so wasn't sure what to expect. When this poor pastor laments his life and asks God to help him, he gets a bird's eye view of what life is like for other people. It was ok to watch once, but probably won't watch again.
This movie was confusing at first, taking some time to figure out what was happening. It was not clear that each new person was happening in another day and some where so brief the story got lost. Although the lessons in the movie were good and promoted good family values, for our taste it was overdone spoiling to overall enjoyment. For those who enjoy slap stick comedy this would be a good pick.