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I don't think there is anything I deplore more than a hidden Christian themed movie. I would have never started watching had I known this at the start. This fact, coupled with poorly written and unrealistic scenes, stilted dialogue, terribly weak acting and a glacier like plot movement had me continually on the verge of pulling the plug, which I finally did around the hour mark.
This best actors in this trainwreck was a tie between the clerk at the bookstore (who actually showed some emotion) and the dog. I love movies, but it's this kind of garbage that makes me realize the rarity of great film making.
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