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[An] earnest, faith-based drama, which lacks sufficient entertainment value to make its message go down more palatably.
" But October Baby offers few surprises in its all too predictable, message laden tale "
This quote is generally used by most reviewers at Rotten Tomatoes for every Christian movie. Do you realize that YOU offer few surprises in your all too predictable, anti-Christian laden review.
Mar 24 - 07:30 AM
Dan, the point is a lot of these types of films (October Baby, Fireproof, etc) kinda come of as semi-cheesy Lifetime movie dramas. It's a bit of a rip-off for us who aren't on your side of the debate to fork over 10 bucks for us to be given a movie that seems a little lo-fi produced and kinda... well... corny?
I look at it the other way, I think it's initial intended audience shouldn't feel obligated to like the movie just because they agree with the message, I think it should be held to the same standards of other films, be it entertaining, emotionally engaging, or high in technical achievement.
Nothing wrong with being a little extra picky... I mean... they ARE critics. :-)
Mar 28 - 12:58 AM
It only lacks it because Frank wants it that way, typical for intellectually and morally bankrupt Hollywood that finds great entertainment value usually only in worthlessness or filth, like delusional output such as the laughable eviro-wacko remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still, or TV's GCB feces, but not in serious reality like this.
Mar 28 - 10:55 AM
Did you even see the movie? I go to movies looking for one of two things, to either be taken away from the humdrum routine of life or to be emotionally moved. October Baby did an excellent job of making you feel human and happy to be here!
Mar 29 - 09:53 PM