In a dystopian world, a bounty hunter sets out to capture a ruthless band of outlaws who have kidnapped an important father and daughter through a world of multiverses. Unbeknownst to the Outlaws and the Bounty Hunter is that another, more powerful man known only as The Finisher has plans of his own.
John Wesley Shipp
Television producer James has an extremely vivid dream, in which he is a Prince struggling to keep the kingdom at peace against the wishes of his warfaring brother, while at the same time ... See full summary »
Unknowingly trapped in her role as caretaker of her unappreciative family, a young single woman desperately needs to get her own life. When she volunteers to cat sit at her unrequited love's downtown L.A. loft, her world, as she knows it, changes forever.
In the mid-1970's, Edward Fudge, a young preacher in Athens Alabama, is approached by an eccentric Australian man who offers to hire him to prove whether or not an eternally burning Hell exists. Raised by a father who was a well loved,fundamentalist church leader, Fudge personally believes in a conservative theology which promotes the notion that people who are not saved will suffer torment in hell for eternity. But Fudge, a respected theologian and researcher, agrees to set his preconceptions aside and dedicate a year of his life to do a systematic investigation of the subject, for the small fee of $3000.00. As Fudge immerses himself in research, other aspects of his life begin to crumble. He comes under attack from leaders of his denomination for suggesting that members of other denominations may be saved. He is fired from the church he loves for inviting a black man to pray from the podium. He is fired from the publishing company he's worked for since childhood, because he refuses ...Written by
Brian Phillip Stoddard
I stumbled across this DVD on accident and found it curious. I grew up being taught that you would spend eternity in either heaven or hell, but encountered this theological debate about 10 years ago and found it interesting.
I watched it twice in one week because in some ways the story has allot to take in, but it's genuinely a good movie about a man who stands firm for what he believes the Bible says on a topic.
This is undoubtedly a Christian movie so it's unlikely to get much attention outside of followers of the Judeo-Christian faith or those who are curious about the topic. Overall the acting is superior to other Christian based movies I've seen as well as the quality of the sets, remaining true to the timeframe it takes place.
This isn't a big budget film, it's an Indy film that makes do with what they have available, so if you're a film connoisseur, you'll see that from the beginning... But you won't care.
If the producers see this review, my complements. I truly am impressed with your final product and am recommending the hell out of it.
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