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Will give many ministers and Bible-study groups hours of material to discuss. But mainstream audiences will find little of interest in this film, which is often preachy and poorly acted.
The film's evil, treasonous message is that the wall of separation between church and state is something that America could do without.
Time Changer may not be the most memorable cinema session but its profound self-evaluation message about our fragile existence and the absence of spiritual guidance should at least invade an abundance of mindsets
A whimsical if predictable time-travel fable marred by a willful single-mindedness.
A few nonbelievers may rethink their attitudes when they see the joy the characters take in this creed, but skeptics aren't likely to enter the theater.
The movie oozes innocent charm, and keeps time with a brisk story.
I grew a brain a long time ago. I realized that god did not exist. I also, fairly recently, that Jesus, as a man, did not exist. There's a possibility, but there's no proof.
This is a moralistic load of horse crap. I wanted to vomit through the whole thing. It is absolutely worthless as a film. It is nothing more than a load of preaching.
Run from this POS. Learn that it's all BS. God does not exist. And the Bible is a load of lies.
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