My hubby & I saw this in the movie theater...which cost a pretty penny, but we wanted to support Christian movies in theaters. Had we known the first 15-20 minutes was all a promotion stunt for sending your kids to Liberty University, we would have stayed home. When the actual movie was over, we looked at each other wondering the same thingthat's it? The question upon which this movie was based was never clearly answered! Where is God in the midst of tragedy & suffering? Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? If you're going to say these questions will be answered, then clearly answer them! This movie didn't even come close! My husband is the pastor of our church & we were previewing it to see if it would be good to show on our family movie night. Not a chance! It would leave our people more confused than before they viewed it! VERY DISAPPOINTING!!!
Love how the movie refers to scripture and it encouraged me to dig deeper into the bible. Helps you really try to understand to the best of our ability why bad things happen to good people but we will never truly know the answer until we are with our Lord.
I was looking forward to this movie. I watched it and after I had thought "wow, I wish I could preview more... cause it was waste of my time and money..." Created in a odd format, and I am not sure I caught all details. I watched couple of weeks ago, and now I don't even remember why it is called "unstoppable..?"
In our opinion there are some good points, some way over the top cheesy parts, and some dark, violent and disturbingly graphic segments. Highly disappointed. We had expected so much more from Kirk Cameron. Wish we'd have never watched - some of those disturbing images are etched in our minds. I truly hope it helps some people find Christ, but I can't think of any grieving person who would be helped by watching this video.