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George D. Escobar
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My wife and I are Christians who home-school our four daughters. She wanted to see and support this movie as it was written by Christian home-schoolers.
While the acting and the visual effects were well done, they could not overcome the poor writing. While I understood this movie was an historically set fantasy/science fiction movie, I found there to be too many historical and scientific errors to overlook. I would have found the movie far more interesting, if there was an effort to be historically accurate where possible.
For me, the plot line felt as if two smart teenage boys were given an assignment to Google four things about the revolutionary war, then write a fictional story around those facts within 24 hours. I wanted to like the movie, but couldn't.
However, I must mention my wife enjoyed the movie as well my three daughters who went with us to see it.
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