Critic Review - Boxoffice Magazine

The film's length and muddled message will likely keep it from reaching much of an audience, even within the presumed Latino faith-based target.

June 3, 2012 Full Review Source: Boxoffice Magazine | Comment (1)
Boxoffice Magazine


Joe Murnan

Joe Murnan

If people can handle Titanic and Avatar, one of the most box office-breaking movies of all time, they can handle this one. And unless you are deaf and went into the movie with no captions or, it is quite obvious that the message is religious freedom. It kind of did reach an audience too, if you see this site where 85% like it and 18% of inattentive critics like you dislike it... Sometimes I think you all just say stuff decorated with 13-letter words against the Church just to say stuff, where really you have no logical point.

Jun 9 - 10:59 AM

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