A drug smuggler, his drug-addicted wife, and his ruthless bodyguard are trapped at a Thailand resort thanks to a suspended DEA agent. Meanwhile, the hotel owners grieve the loss of their only son. When a mysterious guest claiming to be Jesus Christ arrives, will this explosive mix of personalities seize their final chance at redemption? Dove a pproved (12+). Closed-captioned. Approx. 105 minutes.
Special Features: Making of Paradise Lost Commentary with David A.R. White and Bruce M archiano English and Spanish Subtitles
The Encounter: Paradise Lost, Blu-ray
A great movie!
Ok, obviously I do not agree with the person who was first to review this movie. The purpose of the 2nd movie was to reach out to a different group of people than the first movie. The people had different issues in their lives than the people in the first Encounter film. The movie is excellent and do not in anyway let the first review keep you from seeing the movie! This film may have some more violence in it, but the world itself is very violent. They made an honest movie. Get it!
July 4, 2013
The first encounter was really good. It hit personnal issues, was more towards real life. Reccommend the first Encounter. This one-bad camera work-I felt they were doing all these weird camera angles to fill up time on the movie there was no need for them, REALLY VIOLENT-you can't go long without some type of violence-bad acting, not catchy-nothing to draw me to understand the characters. I don't reccommend this movie. Don't waste your money like I did. I'm not saying thisbecause of bad experience or something. I'm saying this because I am so disappointed in this movie. David is really starting to make and act in really violent Pure Flix movies, which I have a hard time reccommending the really good ones to anyone to not draw them to think all christian movies are like this. Reccommend Kendrick brothers movies. Those never dissappoint.
January 19, 2013