A father and husband tries to come to terms and forgiveness with the murderer of his family. When his attempt to meet with the murderer after his released from prison is thwarted by a ...
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A father and husband tries to come to terms and forgiveness with the murderer of his family. When his attempt to meet with the murderer after his released from prison is thwarted by a robbery at the diner where they are supposed to meet. It is about how life unfolds in manners in which we don't understand but need to be aware of. Written by
"How many coincidences does it take before something ceases to be a coincidence?" This is a question I have asked many people when debating if God exists and does he intervene in our everyday lives. So I was pleased when I was watching a movie trailer that asked that exact same question. "Crossroad" tells the true story of what happened to a group of people who randomly met one morning at a small dinner thinking they were each there for their own different reasons and personal purposes. However, when the dinner is suddenly held up by two gunmen they rapidly begin to discover that their lives are undeniably and amazingly intertwined and they actually have very much in common.
As coincidence is added to coincidence and the links in their lives proves to be remarkably intricate, even the most hardened skeptic has difficulty denying there is more going on than first meets the eye. As each person makes individual choices, it only reveals even deeper links between them and they each must personally decide if they believe the events are random coincidences or the hand of God and make life or death decisions based on their conclusions. This film is well acted, fast paced and most of all suspenseful in an intense and gripping way. It catches you quickly from the beginning and the events are so amazing, it is impossible to guess or anticipate what will happen next. But whatever you believe, you definitely will wish to stay to the end to find out what will happen next.
It has some violence in it, but ultimately is appropriate for viewing by all except the very youngest members of the family. Whether you watch this movie for a couple hours of entertainment or wish to experience an amazing, remarkable and inspiring true story, you won't want to miss this one. Even if you believe you found this review merely by coincidence.
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