“No matter how well-crafted it may be, especially in light of what else has released in 2010, it feels gratuitous. And I’d rather be at home watching Up.”
Read on @ RELEVANT Magazine.
“We expect Brolin, who played a fully believable cowboy in the Coen brothers’No Country for Old Men, to perhaps save the day. But he doesn’t.”
Read the review @ Christianity Today.
“These two motion pictures prove that film can still exist as an art form—and not just mindless entertainment—and still possess moral value, painting reality with honesty, yet not void of hope.”
“From charity to simplicity, its many themes all point toward the joy and peace that come from following Christ.”
Read the article @ RELEVANT Magazine.
“Even though it will receive criticism for a twisty, distracted story, Malloy’s documentary ultimately distinguishes itself for that reason. It’s a journey that never feels contrived or weighted down with an agenda.”
Read on @ Pegasus News.
“Regardless of its artlessness, nevertheless, the film succeeds as a genre movie not just because it’s well-acted or action-packed, but because it doesn’t try to be anything else.”
“Including a careful, captivating score by Trevor Rabin, the characters, an original idea, and psychosomatic vigor compensate for the movie’s missteps.”
Read my review @ Pegasus News.