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"Faith of Our Fathers" doesn't work, and not because of its Christian message.
It's obnoxious, to say the least, to use the Vietnam War as an excuse to affirm the importance of telling all and sundry about Jesus at all times (i.e., "testifying"), under all circumstances.
A clumsily told story of friendship and wartime remembrance that has a tough time serving up a halfway believable moment, let alone a moving and powerful testimony about the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
This evangelical "Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam" by way of "The Dukes of Hazzard" takes a mighty ridiculous route to righteousness.
War drama has combat scenes, heavy-handed message.
Message about heroics and bravery comes too late in the movie to overcome the mess that preceded it.
Amateurishly faltering, Christian-based saga that preaches to the choir.
The acting is atrocious, the dialogue a disgrace and the props look like they were designed by a conscripted middle-school drama club.
[Faith of Our Fathers] gets high points for good intentions but loses most of them for execution.
A latter-day variation on the Prodigal Son parable providing proof that God still works in mysterious ways.
Sappy. Crappy. Obnoxious. Amateurish. Disappointing.
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