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Some reviews are about the acting--good or bad. Others, about the storyline--good or bad, and so on. I am reviewing this film on philosophical substance, and honestly, I have always hated films that make the Devil win out over devout Christians. If you're into Jesus-bashing, then this one's for you. But if you are a rational person with a good head on your shoulders and your eyes on eternity, then you'll hate this one as much as I do.
Zero stars. What a waste of my precious time.
Forget about opening or closing your eyes. Don't Watch This Film.
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