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No Lost Cause (2011)

A young, Agnostic woman is bound to a wheelchair after a car crash leaves her paralyzed. Now, Beth Ann Collins is forced to live with her estranged Christian father, Billy, living with the ... See full summary »

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Brian Douglas Barker ...
Billy Collins
Katherine Bennett ...
Olivia
Catherine Borland ...
Jamie
Karen Cole-Martion ...
Dr. Melissa Harvey
Hannah Crawford ...
Brooke Jones
Ben Fabish ...
Scott Anderson
Nils Hamilton ...
Nick Lisle
Craig Nolan Highley ...
Mikey Neumann
Kristina Johanning ...
Shannon
Ashley Raymer-Brown ...
Evelyn Jones
Candy Thomas ...
Jenna
Caitlyn Waltermire ...
Beth Ann Collins (as Caitlyn Capriette)
Greg Waltermire ...
Thomas Lockwood
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A young, Agnostic woman is bound to a wheelchair after a car crash leaves her paralyzed. Now, Beth Ann Collins is forced to live with her estranged Christian father, Billy, living with the fear that she will never be able to walk again. Irate and confused, she takes her anger out on her father, her new idealistic acquaintance Nick, and God. While Beth Ann is determined to remain locked in her bedroom, Billy and Nick help her realize that God's love for her is unending. She comes to accept Christ into her life and with that, love is redefined for her. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family | Romance

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Good themes, but that's about it
30 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Between the acting and the ending, I'm giving what I feel is a generous review since the themes are so well done.

The acting was horrible, to the point that it's almost difficult to watch and of course the end is not realistic at all. It's no surprise that Beth Ann is bitter after what she's been through and she shouldn't be taking it out on everyone, but once she's saved and makes peace with everyone, God miraculously heals her and she can walk again like nothing even happened. She was told she would probably never walk again, so this is completely unrealistic. The moral of this story is supposed to be forgiveness, so I get it,but the ending ruined the movie for me. It's basically saying that you're only stuck in life because of your own choices or because God is trying to teach you something, and once you learn whatever the lesson is, you'll be fully healed or get whatever you're asking for. Most of the time, this isn't the case and I think it goes beyond symbolism. I think a more realistic ending would've saved it though.


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