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If your expecting a time traveling scifi thriller your going to be surprised with this propaganda film.
When you read the cover for this film, read the description your totally mislead and after watching the maker's comments I can see why. Most non bible thumping people wouldn't even pick this film off the shelf to watch it.
If one is going to make a religious film then say that is what it is. One could say the maker in his efforts to get people to watch this that would otherwise pass it by committed a sin, the sin of lying.
It is a halfhearted attempt by fundamentalist Christians to thrust the holier than thou preaching upon the world. If you need to watch something which is basically preaching at you that you need to worship a god the way we do or your all dammed then this is the flick for you and your bible study group to watch.
If your a free thinking person who is not in the mood to be preached at, but want a entertainment film move to the next box on the shelf.
Even in movies who have a religious message or theme, there is usually a battle between good and evil, such as the End of Days or The Word that a viewer can get into and follow for the simple sake of a good story. This is surely lacking.
Here we have time travel without the tampering with time line or even repairing damage done to the time. The movie ends on a note that we are all doomed with the attempts to send a bible forward into the late 21st century and it will not transmit, suggesting that there is no future because people of earth have forgotten Christ.
Gee, the poor poor souls of the world who are not reborn and fundamentalist Christians, your all going into the fires. I can see where people of other faiths can be offended by this movie.
I am not reborn even though at one time I was Pentacostal and dunked, raised as a Congregational Protestant with a Catholic father, I enjoy the religious themed movies such as the 10 Commandments, Barabras, even Ben Hur. They tell a good story with out preaching and damming people for not following the path of the movie maker.
If you want to watch a movie move on if you want to go to church and hear a sermon rent or buy it.
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