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Amazing acting that is worth seeing but the story goes all over the place!
OK so I watched Man Of God wow talk about a long movie!
Seriously the main Rabbiin this film could have done a spin off movie with the amount of dialogue he spoke. He talked way too much!
However the supporting cast I thought was wonderful and very talented. They are what made this film worth seeing!
Especially Omar Bensen Miller (CSI Miami) who played Michael he was Amazing! Very deep and insightful. I really enjoyed him! As well as Rachael Miner who played Karen Cohen (Life of Lemon). She was heart wrenching.
I also enjoyed Nikki Reed (13, Twilight) who played Zane Berg. She was wonderful, beautiful, and desperate all at the same time.
I liked seeing more of Nikki Reeds work. She really is amazing in this film!
I find it so funny that she was in this movie way back when before she became popular because of Twilight. She plays Rosalie in Twilight Saga. However even back then before her claim to fame you see she has amazing talent.
Jason Behr (Roswell, The Tattooist) was wonderful! A very raw and painful performance by him. However I wish you saw more of him and his acting in the film.He is so talented and I wanted it to have shown more in the film. His character is really interesting and the film left you with unanswered questions about his character.
OK the editing was really bad and the writing for the most part went on and on. I know the point that they were trying to make about living, life, and faith and how it all interconnects in our life but gees 100:18 minutes they totally could have cut most of it out and made it less then 2 hours long.
Oh well over all I am glad I did get a chance to see Man Of God. It has some amazing acting that is worth seeing.
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