It was an "ok" movie. I kind of doubt that Colton could change the way he did; just seemed a little unbelievable, though I realize that nothing is impossible for God to accomplish. Other than that, my family enjoyed the movie.
I have not yet seen this movie, but I will soon. When I watch it, however, it will be with the title "Turn Around: Based on the Story of Alma the Younger." This movie has been repackaged and marketed to Christians when it's originally a Mormon movie. I'm getting it because I study a lot on Mormonism and will be teaching a class at my church on Mormonism later this month and wish to have some examples to show of some of the media produced by Mormons. Someone else who left a review said this story doesn't resemble the story of Paul from the Bible, and for good reason...it's not actually based on Paul of the Bible! It's based instead on a fictional Book of Mormon character who never lived and therefore never had an encounter with Jesus as Paul did on the road to Damascus! For those who are familiar with Mormonism, there are very obvious hints even just watching the trailer that would tell you this movie was produced by Mormons (i.e. you see Colton reading a set of scriptures clearly formatted the way the LDS Church formats their scriptures; a church which is clearly built by Mormon building plans is shown in the distance in one scene). I simply wanted to let you all know this so that you aren't misled into believing you're buying a Christian movie when, in fact, this is a movie made by Mormons.