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I think I would have liked it better if it had been made better. The cgi and stunt work was so obvious. The story just wasn't told well. Some of the cartoon violence at times reminded me of Spiderman villians. The Rhino and Doctor Octopus came to mind at times.
I thought this was a fun movie that didn't skimp on the blood and death and really made fun of both sides of the partisan divide.
It was the typical faith based movie that tugs at the heart stings. It frankly was not well acted and while the original story was somewhat interesting the only thing that amused me was the sobs of the couples in the audience with me. I watched it because I have an unlimited pass and it passed the time. Barely.
This is advertised as a basketball movie but that is an element of the larger story about a man whose life has changed so much that he drinks to excess to forget his losses. It has a lot of good performances and a lot of heart. You can feel the emotions emanating off Ben Affleck when you learn what started the downward spiral.
I liked this movie. I felt it could have been funnier. I know it was supposed to be subtle but in the end I enjoyed it overall.