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All Critics (11)
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| Fresh (8)
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A faith-based drama about redemption and renewal that is blessed with the saving graces of persuasive performances, handsome production values and some undeniably affecting moments of spiritual uplift.
This inspirational drama, while trafficking in cliches, manages not to deliver its message too heavily.
Contrived and simplistic.
Unconditional is a little movie with a big heart, a message film that doesn't taste like medicine.
If only McCorkle had a bit more, er, faith in his audience.
Higgins' skilled, intrusive, yet tenderly watchful eye blends with the performances and punchy, unexpected shifts in tone and direction that come from Fischer's more experienced writing style.
Touching faith-based drama has violence, mature themes.
A strong story (based on true facts)and an endearing cast make this a good movie experience.
While strongly acted by stars Lynn Collins and Michael Ealy, it's a clumsy picture that feels like it's going to add up to more than it actually does.
While the script is a bit thin and the murder mystery overlay feels a bit forced, Unconditional is a gentle and sincere movie about the power and potential of love. And Papa Joe is a character worth getting to know.
In a year where what divides us seems to get more attention than what unites us, it's enough to restore your, well, faith.
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