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This is a good movie. Well acted and with a good script. Quite honestly, I think it could have been better without the whole super soldier vs. bad biker angle; and the super soldier thing was a little over the top. Even so, it was definitely worth watching and does not deserve the bad reviews that others have posted. Obviously the bad reviews are from those that hate seeing Christianity in a good light and especially hate seeing Christianity on screen. They obviously think that the only redeeming themes in movies should be about Islam, Judaism, or centered against the existing of God. Hey, if you don't like a movie that promotes Christian themes, then don't watch it, but don't take out you hate by giving a good movie a bad review. I suggest that you seek out some counseling instead.
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