A well-known atheist activist (Kevin Sorbo) embraces a hard-partying lifestyle in order to deal with the pain of his son's death from cancer. But when his drinking leads to a serious car accident, he has a near-death experience that forces him to reevaluate his beliefs. Sorbo also directed.~Jack Rodgers
This christian movie starring and directed by Kevin Sarbo tucks at your emotions. I liked it more than some of the reviewers did but I do not always agree with so-called movie "experts". Is it for everyone: you will have to watch it to decide.
It's a faith based film, so it depends on the individual and how they view the topics in the movie, I can't speak for the world, so I try to keep it neutral, but for the most part it's like a guy coming to grips with what is after death and facing his inner demons for lack of a better analogy.
Have watched it twice since I bought it.. even though predictable because I knew the premise before I ever saw it, loved how the movie showed his struggle between his faith in God and the reality of his life prior to his 4 minute death.
One part I really liked was after he had gotten his faith in God back and he was talking to his publicist, saying he thought they were friends, his publicist came back with “darling, we were never friends, you just made me money”.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
You’re never going to get tired of watching it.
Owned for more than 2 years when reviewed.
This has a real good message for us all. I had heard a lot about it and it was well worth it because I never get tired of watching it with my family
I enjoyed this movie as it can move one to see that there is hope no matter how bad of an experience affecting our lives is not hopeless. I don’t want to give away to much about the movie but it’s a good movie and can give you hope that there’s always a purpose for why we exist.