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Beyond the Heavens (2013)

Writer/Director Corbin Bernsen and Nathan Gamble (The Dark Knight) star in the powerful story about a boy whose search for answers leads him to faith. Oliver is a bright 12-year-old who ... See full summary »

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Writer/Director Corbin Bernsen and Nathan Gamble (The Dark Knight) star in the powerful story about a boy whose search for answers leads him to faith. Oliver is a bright 12-year-old who lives in the shadow of his parents' loss of their first son. Written by Anonymous

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Make Believe, Believe What You Make

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Coincidentally, or perhaps on purpose, Corbin Bernson's last name in the film is Henry - the same name of his character in Psych. His first name in the film is "Gus" which is also the nickname of Dule' Hill's character in Psych. See more »

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Does Christian film a disservice
22 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As someone who doesn't believe in God but is very sympathetic to religious viewpoints, I like to watch Christian films to gain perspectives I wouldn't normally encounter. Unfortunately, this film antagonizes science and agnosticism in such a way that it feels alienating if you don't share the same perspective as the filmmakers. I know a lot of religious people view doubt as an intrinsic part of growing up, but Oliver's questioning of God and science are portrayed as an ominous slide towards hell, and the forces that influence his final reconciliation with one side feel weak and unexplained. In the end, it felt like a hollow examination of a very deep subject.


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