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The story revolves around Kevin Parson (played by Marc Blucas First Daughter, TVs Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a seminary student, who receives a mysterious call demanding that he confess his sins in three minutes or be killed. Parson narrowly escapes death and the mystery begins to unravel. Detective Jennifer Peters (played by Justine Waddell, The Fall, TVs The Mystery of Natalie Wood) is brought on the case and has had a similar experience, with the same mysterious caller that ends in the murder of her brother.
The story twists and turns as Parson and Peters put the pieces together and try to figure out the connection of their two experiences while tracking the serial killer. Henson has done a credible job pacing this thriller, and the creepy look and feel of the film evokes memories of the X-Files in its heyday. Priscilla Barnes (TVs Threes Company) steals the show as Parsons creepy Aunt Belinda.
Thr3e deals with the theme of mans battle within himself, between good and evil with the soul suspended in between. I agree with the films conclusion that only God can solve this problem. However, I disagree with the notion that the soul is suspended in between the two opposing sides. The Bible clearly teaches that within ourselves the soul is so marred by evil that it can only be redeemed through Gods intervening and transforming grace (Romans 3:21-31; Ephesians 2:8-10).
Overall, Thr3e is more than just another cut-and-paste thriller. There is enough freshness and believable acting to keep the viewer entertained to the closing credits. As an added bonus, the viewer will be left pondering some very important questions concerning the human souls dealings with good and evil - despite some of the theological shortcomings in the films handling of this topic.
Thr3e is produced by Hollywood veteran Ralph Winter (The X-Men Trilogy, Fantastic 4) who happens to be a professing Christian. Winter is heading up the newly formed movie company FoxFaith (The Visitation, The Hangmans Curse), a division of 20th Century Fox, which is geared to tap into the newly-noticed buying demographic known as Evangelicals. The success of Passion of the Christ and the Chronicles of Narnia woke up the film industry to the fact that there is a potential market for spiritually-based themes. I pray for Ralph Winters success in bringing credible spiritually-themed films to the local multiplex and movie rental store. Thr3e is a step in the right direction. Todd Burgett
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