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4 Stars Out Of 5
October 31, 2013
This is a great movie for families with older childeren. It deals with the subject of athletes who use muscle enhancing drugs to win. The topic comes at a time when so many athletes are abusing the sport and making young people have unrealastic expectations of sports performance. The movie deals with childhood sickness and dying and forgiveness. Bring tissues...
Watched this movie with Asst Pastor's family. We all enjoyed it. It is a very unique story line of a young boy focused on Jesus, who, with his grandpa's help, creatively tries to lead his dad back to the Lord before the boy's terminal disease takes him home to heaven. He shares Jesus with his hospital roommate, as well. I really enjoyed the old country gospel music.
Sad to say, this is a very poorly made film. The packaging is attractive and the premise of the bike ride is good. I really wanted to like the film, but I could find very little to commend. If you enjoy films with stilted conversation, unknown country music, and Bible quotes popping up at random moments, then you might like it. I recommend that you spend your time and money on a film like "The Ultimate Gift" or "Fireproof" instead.
This is such a heart warming movie! Our family had the privilege of first watching it at the San Antonio Christian Independent Film Festival and loved this movie! While the message of Christ is often somewhat cloudy in many films, we were pleased that that was NOT the case with this film. Instead, Christ shines forth! If you are looking for a great movie for your personal family collection, or to give as a gift, we suggest you consider this one!