Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Between the Walls|
Actor: Patrick Midgley; Eli Jared; Dorothy Savage; Scott Davis; Connie Geddis
Director: Chris Staron
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Largely agree with jaunticed eye
PJR | Minneapolis, Minnesota United States | 11/28/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I largely agree that this is not very entertaining. I agree with its premise that letting go of anger and resentment is very therapeutic. But it was awkward getting there and the case was not made that God is necessary to get there. That was simply claimed.
The premise of a family's life secretly recorded by a tyranical father was full of possibilities but full use was not made of it, other than to say that the boy had every right to be angry. The acting and script were weak.It was nice seeing the son able to be happy at the end after he made a snap decision to forgive, but not worth the whole film to get there."
On being a witness for Jesus Christ
Benedizione | Nashville, TN | 04/20/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The day and age that we live in has frightfully desensitized millions of people to truth and biblical foundations. In other words, what I continuously hear from not only regarding this short film but from reviews on any Christian film is that unless there is massive sound and video effects, the movie is boring.
That is frightening news considering, God could not careless about how fancy individuals can make a film in order to appease the senses. People wrap themselves up in glamour and totally miss the message.
Drama is a means to an end. It is "one" avenue to reach the unsaved world. The message of Jesus Christ never changes. I get sick and tired of hearing people complain and whine for more frills and thrills. Where does it end? It never ends because the natural man will always want more and more unless one asks God for help.
"Between the Walls" is a very short and simple film presenting a message to people with pent up anger towards God. It's part of my end times collection at home because when the rapture takes place, I intend to leave plenty in my home for the unsaved to study. I am sure that this film will reach its intended group of people."
I Beg to Differ!!!!!!!!!!!!
bookworm | Raleigh, NC | 04/06/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is an excellent film that gives the viewer an inside look at the disastrous effects of religious delusion within any family. A so-called "Christian" scenario is presented here, though.
I love the simplicity of the film. It is not presented in the typical overdone fashion of Hollywood films that are out there today.
It is real and to the point. Highly recommended to folks of all ideological persuasions. Keep an open mind.
Negative 5 stars. Add to top 10 WORST movies ever made
membruto | Mount Pleasant, SC United States | 11/20/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have seen a zillion movies in my lifetime, but after watching this one, I know that I have now scraped the absolute BOTTOM of the barrel. The FBI warning should dictate that this film only be shown within the walls of fundamentalist Sunday school classes."