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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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As a stand alone movie, this may have been decent. I am a Christian, and after having read the book, I was expecting a movie with at least a small amount of spiritual content. The book is a tale of a spiritual journey, and a very moving story at that. This movie was so far stripped of anything meaningful, I cannot possibly recommend it.
I have seen many movies adapted from books, and this was by far the worst adaptation I have ever seen. I would imagine and fully expect that Frank Peretti is very unpleased with what has been done to his story. The creators of the movie have taken an extremely meaningful book and changed it into a two-bit horror flick. Very disappointed.
If you want to know the real story, read the book. Do not waste time or money on this movie. I HIGHLY recommend the book though!
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