Having lost his faith many years ago, Detective Bill Broadly is called to investigate the disappearance of the local church's collection plate. As he questions its various church members, rumors swirl as more congregants learn about the theft. When one unexpected church-goer confesses to stealing the funds, the confession resurrects Broadly's views on God, and helps him see that through faith and belief there really is rebirth and redemption.
MY REVIEW-I enjoy Christian films that teach lessons while making it fun for the family. A lot have come out in the past few years so I am often picky about ones I put my stamp of approval on. Well, this one got my 5 star stamp as I thoroughly enjoyed it!
The acting was well done which was a big plus for me. Many of the Christian films seem to have a below par standard in the filming so that they come out looking like home movies. If we want the world to be interested in them, the acting and filming has to be good. I think that this one here met those qualifications above and beyond. You might even recognize some of the actors within. John Ratzanberger is always one of my favorites and I love seeing him in movies like this.
The whole concept of the film is based around the Ten Commandments. Doing the right thing for the right reason is what we need to do. If we do something we shouldn't, even for the right reasons, then it is still wrong. But the real purpose to it is that no matter what we do wrong in life, the mistakes we make and the times we stray from God's path, His grace is soo very real. This was my favorite aspect to the film and a much needed lesson. The only thing I will say is that I would suggest this film for older teens or adults. I don't think it will keep the attention of children enough.
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