I was disappointed in this movie, being from Pure Flix. The story line was good, the acting was mostly good, but the long scenes where they all went to a bar, even the "Christians", were disturbing and unnecessary.
Fairly cheesy script that covers all your basic stereotypes of Christianity and human/God's response to sin. Solid acting from John Schneider and Tracy Melchior are the only reasons why we didn't turn it off. Other actors over-dramatized their roles, especially the condescending character of Rhonda - who possibly sees themselves in her and feels convicted?!? Had her character been much softer spoken but uttered the very same lines we'd have a more accurate picture of how judgemental and hurtful we Christians can be, and perhaps would make different choices in the future. The fact she was given free reign to destroy others through the complacency of her [goofball] pastor, shrugging husband and other apparently godly men and women in her life - who supposedly loved her - made my husband & I shake our heads in disbelief. This is why Christians have such a bad rep. Please tell me that all the folks who loved this movie aren't living in this kind of reality. IMDb rated it 5.3/10. Perhaps the entertainment value was that high because it gave audiences something to heckle at.
This movie was good in every way possible! Excellent story...acting..comical...and so much to learn from the message given. It's a movie that you don't just watch once but go back again for more! Watch it...you won't regret it!
This film was incredible in the way it blended the ' hot topics' of today's society so well within each character. John Schneider is a great actor and his humorous spin to the way the non-believer views Christianity and asks questions was really good. Makes one think about our message to the unbeliever and where the love and grace of God is as we meet those without Christ. It was powerful. I thought it very amazing however that in the final 5 minutes of the film, there was a twist.....as I am sure other viewers must have also thought Chris's life took a tragic ending. Film well done.