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I'm surprised by this it was actually a decent movie with an actual good message and a plot that felt real. This is how you make a good Christian film that doesn't attack anyone who isn't Christian. Sadly the movie didn't do well and I think that is because of the first two films being so bad. It's not a perfect movie but it's a step in the right direction and I would like more Christian films like this one that don't try to devide people but bring them together. People should just watch this one and ignore the first two.
bad, but a bad movie from a bad franchise.
Much like the first two, this sends horrible manipulative messages. (This deserves 0 stars, but it wouldn't let me do that)
The surprising part is how these people manage to make each part worst than the previous ones.. I had only seen that accomplished by the Resident Evil movies
An okay movie. Over the top acting. Sure, but far less the other movies in the series. I believe in the basic premise that there are extremely liberal colleges who want a completely secular environment to the point of hostility to Christianity(Look at the Ivy League Colleges where Christianity is a primitive belief). The best part of the movie was about forgiveness and atonement not Christianity vs. the liberals
I enjoyed this one, touching and uplifting which unites people and brings down barriers. Needs to be seen by all
Not as good as the other 2, but still an honest look at the doubts that arise when trying to live a life of faith.
Also highlights the balance of taking a stand and walking in love.
Though it's not impressive compared to other films, the understandability of the religious drama among the characters is raised to a more praise worthy level.
It is a good movie about forgiveness but it takes away from the series. It has a good storyline but feels as though it jumps around. It feels real and fake all at once. It is good to see and it was a nice story but a movie that I would recommend because you've seen everything on Netflix.
While this movie started out on a really bad note, It made up for it mid way through with a very surprisingly different plot that continued the story from the first 2 but looked at things from a different perspective. David AR White is a massively underrated actor and a very good versatile one at that. Great movie.