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I put this on for my family based on a "friend's" recommendation. This movie cleared the room faster than a farting lion! If I could have given it zero stars I would have. Anyone giving this a good review is either a Christian with an agenda, someone involved in the making of it, or someone prancing you in to watching it. The special effects were awful. I should have known something was up when the DVD started and my stereo switched automatically to Dolby Pro Logic. Really? In 2010! Since this is IMDb and this should be a legitimate review, I will add that we watch a lot of eclectic movies and enjoy everything from Hollywood blockbusters to early Guy Richie films and foreign features. I appreciate irony, allegory, movies being deliberately camp, etc. This is not that! It is simply an awful movie that, if not for the Christian slant and backing, would never have made it to basic cable let alone to a theater or on to DVD.
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