This will contain some spoilers. I was very disappointed in this "inspirational" movie. I am still trying to figure out what was inspirational other than the fact the older son ended up having a successful year in football. It also had very little content surrounding the lives of the recipients of the organ donations. There were a few Bible verses thrown around and a prayer here and there, but this is not a Christian movie. There was frequent drinking in the movie as well. I am surprised and disappointed that it was Dove approved.
This movie was heartbreaking inspiring, no matter in our most glorious or low life circumstances we praise God! He is there all the time!! I won't say anything describing details about the movie because it's a MUST SEE!
This movie is anything but Christian! Other than a few prayers said here or there this movie does not have any Christian value. To call a movie Christian and then promote drinking, foul language, and the appearance of sleeping together before marriage is a slap in Gods face. Shame on me for not doing my homework and finding out what some consider to be Christian value and family approved.
This movie was compared to "The Blind Side" - while it has its moments, it has none of the uplifting, positive feel of that movie. It starts out sad and the dark clouds never really lifts throughout the movie. In addition, there is little that is overtly Christian in the movie - nor do we see how their faith helps them through a terrible crisis. The football game footage was weak (most of the time, you weren't even sure who won the game or how). Overall, a disappointment - it could have been so much more.