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Worth watching for the spiritual message of "God has a better, often bigger plan when our human plans fail. " based on true story. Acting not that good.
im thinking maybe this isnt the movie I wanted, not even expected....But it was the movie I needed.
Thank you Corbett and Corbyn for dedicating yourselves to this production whether you fully believe in it or not. Sometimes even a simple but beautiful movie can make a difference to someone else, for just one more day....
Please watch this movie, and allow yourself to engage it.
And then enjoy what I meant.
Based on true events and bonus featured life interviews of the real people who were involved in 2008 to save the "All Saints" church in Smyrna, Tennessee . Too bad the story was dramatized and left off some hard facts as "brown people fatigue" of some locals. Nonetheless, an uplifting film for everybody, skeptics, cynics, atheist and the faithful. Find out more in the interview with Rev. Michael Spurlock and real characters in "Summary."
Sometimes fun, very faithful. An inspiring story of how a small and floundering church community is uplifted by some unexpected refugees.
Clumsily directed, amateurishly written and acted but still manages to pack more truth, more soul, more uplift than 90% of Hollywood films.
Burmese Karen refugees and church members work together to save the local Episcopalian church in a small town in Tennessee from being sold for the latest big box store location.
wonderful story of acceptance, respect and cooperation.
great to see a true story being made into a wonderful film.
Watch this movie. I loved it. True positive story about a church & community in Tennessee. I felt good after watching it. Also enjoyed the Special Features section with the real people & story behind the movie. Watch it.
Inspiring true story of a small town that worked together with immigrant refugees and others, to not only save their church from being sold off, but learn acceptance, respect for each other, loyalty, and other human (so-called Christian) values. Suitable for family viewing: no violence, gore, swearing, or nudity. Watch the credits after the movie, as well as some of the extras, to see pictures and interviews with the real people.