(WWIIpfc) from COLORADO SPGS, CO
Reviewed on 1/15/2014...
We very much enjoyed this.
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from WACO, TX
Reviewed on 6/29/2012...
We really enjoyed this movie. With this movie, being a "Christian" movie isn't an excuse for not being good quality. It's a good story and well done.
from LANSING, MI
Reviewed on 12/12/2011...
This is a well done Christian film. Its basically the Family Man (With Nicholas Cage and Tea Leoni) re-done just a bit more family friendly. In fact, there is darn enough to sue for copyright infringement. Same opening scene, same plot, same ending scene. But, as I was saying this is better than the average Christian movie with a BIG upgrade in the acting. Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson and John Ratzenberger are all solid in their roles. The movie starts with Sorbo and Swanson in a bus station as Sorbo is getting ready to leave to go pursue an "opportunity" in the big city. Swanson is worried that things will change if he leaves and Sorbo assures her that they wont. (Sorbo and Swanson are Christians and Swanson even gives him a Bible to take with him on the trip) Well....there wouldnt be much of a movie if things didnt change would there? 15 years later Sorbo is still in the big city and is ready to become a partner where he works, is engaged to another woman and has just bought a $250,000 car, AND has totally turned his back on GODs calling for his life. Enter Ratzenberger as his guardian angel of sorts who then shows Sorbo how his life would be different if he had stayed in the first place. You can guess where it goes from here in its own methodical, if not surprising fashion. Great family movie.