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Vendor: Sony Music Distribution
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
GrandmatoElliandTyRacine, WI1 Stars Out Of 5March 26, 2012GrandmatoElliandTyRacine, WIQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1
There was no message about how to bring someone to the Lord. I was very disappointed in this movie.
Catherine Bennett5 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2010Catherine Bennett
Awesome movie!!! Wonderful Christian movie!!! You can always count on Pure Flix to release a great, clean Christian movie!!! David White is a great actor! I have alot of movies with him in it & each one of them has been outstanding!!! You won't regret buying this movie. If you are an old-school pentecostal, then you probably won't like it; it is not a religious movie. It is not religious. It is not one of those "going through the motions" movies. This is fresh and brings something new to the table. There is always something in the movie to grab your attention. Before turning this movie down, give it a chance.
Jaimie P.5 Stars Out Of 5December 1, 2009Jaimie P.
I loved this movie! Currently one of my favorites! I never cry in movies, but this one nearly had me! David White is one very good actor! Looking forward to seeing his new one, "In The Blink Of An Eye"
Angie Castellaw2 Stars Out Of 5October 7, 2009Angie Castellaw
One reviewer praises this movie for being "a Christian movie right up there in the secular scene." Unfortunately, that's what I find wrong with it. Yes, it has an interesting plot with twists and turns, and yes, the acting is very convincing. In that sense the movie could be called "good." However, if you care for something to be true to the Bible you might be disappointed. The main spiritual "truth" is "God has already forgiven you", so as to suggest that God's forgiveness is automatic and happens to everyone independent of any personal decisions. So, even when the characters feel bad (or should we say: "are convicted"?), the message is not: "receive Jesus Christ for forgiveness of your sins" but rather: they are forgiven already. How or why, we are not told. To invite non-Christians to see this movie seems like a bad idea to me. They wouldn't have any better understanding on how to become a Christian afterwards than they did before - possibly even less. I watched "Mercy Streets" mainly because the other movies with David White were very, very good: "Second Glance", "End of the Harvest" and "The Moment After." However, this one is very different and I would not recommend it.
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